What’s That Got To Do With Us? Building Unlikely Alliances in Radical Queer and Trans Politics
7-9pm, Chez Boris, 5151 Avenue du Parc

The evening will consist of a screening of the 2014 film Pride with members of the Prisoner Correspondence Project. The screening of the film will be followed by a discussion about Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) and other instances of radical queer/trans organizing around issues that aren’t explicitly on gender and sexuality, and in particular the work done at the Prisoner Correspondence Project.

The Prisoner Correspondence Project is a collectively run initiative based out of Montreal. It coordinates a direct-correspondence program for gay, lesbian, transsexual, transgender, gendervariant, two-spirit, intersex, bisexual, and queer inmates in Canada and the United States, linking these inmates with people part of these same communities outside of prison. The PCP will also help attendees who are interested in becoming pen pals get matched up, if they’re interested!

It is possible to enter Chez Boris in a wheelchair, but there is no automatic button on the front door. The bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible.
*This workshop will take place in English, with whisper translation into French.
*The lighting in Chez Boris is not fluorescent
* Childcare will be available for all events with 24 hours notice; please call 514 398 7432 or email qpirg at ssmu dot mcgill dot ca.
* All events are scent free (see here for more info).
* ASL interpretation is available for all events with 3 days notice. Please email qpirg@ssmu.mcgill.ca to request ASL interpretation.

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