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When: Wednesday, November 28, 2018 at 06:30 PM
Where: Open Sesame in Kitchener, ON , ON, Canada
Victoria (left) is a twenty-year-old queer, black, immigrant woman currently studying at the University of Waterloo. When she was 18, she came out as queer, an action that would change her life forever. Victoria has gone on to become the first openly queer President for her school’s Black Student Association and has created the first ever service for racialized students and works on campus to address racism and xenophobia.
Kitty Runstedler (right) is a Waterloo region local. Ten years ago Kitty was diagnosed with breast cancer and started a year long battle that shaped her life. Through her journey, she found comfort and grounding in jewelry and bracelet making. Kitty will lead us to make our own bracelets a he shares her story.
Tickets include one non-alcoholic drink and one bracelet to make and take home. $12 of every ticket sold goes directly to support the Annual Women's March in Waterloo Region.
When: Friday, November 30, 2018 at 02:30 PM
Where: UVic, Clearihue Building, Room C112 in Victoria , BC, Canada
Women's March Victoria is raising money for our Chapter.
We will be selling feminist art and crafts, feminist Christmas gifts for the whole family, baked goodies, and more!
Gift wrapping available on site.
We accept donations of arts and crafts (please drop off at the Germanic and Slavic Studies Department before Nov. 30).
All proceeds go to our community-support projects and publications!