KYR Trainer's Training
Wednesday, Feb. 23rd from 6-8pm
Knight Law School, Room 110
If you know your Constitutional Rights and ever wanted to help teach them to others, here is your chance!
Lauren Regan from the Civil Liberties Defense Center will be coming to the law school TOMORROW EVENING to teach us how to go out and give Know Your Rights trainings in the community. This will take about two hours and you should bring a computer with USB capabilities so you can save the powerpoint on your own computer. You don't have to be a law student to do this, you just have to be well informed and this is the first step.
This program focuses on interactions with police and other general rights, but we will have sessions focused on more specific areas of rights later in the semester and next year.
Thursday, 24th, @ 7:00 in the MCC (multicultural center, bottom emu)---Dabke Night: Come learn how to line/folk dance Arab Style!
Fashioning Resistance to Militarism
In Agate Hall, Friday, February 25, at 7pm This fashion show is all about how the military is influencing the fashion industry. The show will uncover the high costs of militarism in terms of people’s lives, emotional wellbeing, environmental contamination, carbon footprint, war profiteering, and all the ways war is made to seem normal. Each design will be paired with an informative script; together they will tell a wider story about militarism and “counter couture” for peace and justice.
Saturday, 26th, 7-10pm, at UO Agate Hall-----ASU Winter Hafli "Party:" Live Band/Music, Food, Raffle, Amazing! Buy your tickets now at the UO ticket office. $4 students, $7 community. Spread the word ....[POSTER ATTACHED]
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=188055161227433 -- and----- http://tickets.uoregon.edu/
*International Women's Day
When: March 3, 2011 at 7:00pm, doors open at 6:30
Where: Agate Hall(1787 Agate St)
IWD celebrates the collective power of women past, present and future. A night of celebration with talks by Dr. Vandana Shiva, Mobility International and the Latin American Solidarity Committee and performances by UO international students. The event is $5 for students and $8 for general public.
*Take Back the Night
This event will take place April 28th, in spring term, but the planning is
going to be every week. This year the event will be 3 parts: the rally, march and speak out. The planning meetings are going to take place on
Wednesdays at 6pm in the Women's Center. Take Back the Night is an international event during which survivors of sexual violence and their allies have an opportunity to rally together to protest continued sexual violence in their communities and around the world. Take Back the Night is a survivor-centered event that begins with a rally and march and ends with a speak-out, during which survivors of sexual assault and their allies can share personal stories of how sexual violence has impacted their lives.Come and support your friends, neighbors, community-members, and loved ones as we work to end sexual violence and celebrate the individual and collective strength of survivors.
When: May 13-14th, Doors open at 7:30pm and the show begins at 8
Where: WOW Hall(291 W 8th Avenue)
Out/ Loud is the queer women's music festival and is the biggest in the
Pacific Northwest. This year is the 10th anniversary and it's going to be 2
days. OUT/LOUD strives to be a safe, fun, all-ages concert where LGBTQQI people and our allies can shake our booties and celebrate queer women artists/activist--from the raw to the sweet, honoring the herstory that brought us where we are today. Celebrating 10 rad years! The planning meetings will be at the Women's Center at 1pm on Wednesdays.