Tour Schedule

The 2011 tour is over.  We plan to tour the west coast next.  Contact us if you live in Washington, Oregon, California, or Arizona!  We are also available to do presentations about the zine in the SF bay area.  Contact HAVOQers[at]gmail[dot]com if you’re interested in setting up a conversation or presentation.

2011 US/CANADA Tour:  September 2011

map by Melo King

Flyer for Phoenix Event

Friday, 9/2 – Phoenix, AZ

At the Arizona Worker Rights Center (331 E. Willetta Street); Potluck & discussion hosted by 3rd Space & the Arizona Feminist Action Network (AZFAN).

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Tucson Potluck FlyerSunday, 9/6 – Tucson, AZ

317 W 23rd St, Tucson, AZ; Cafecito/Potluck & discussion hosted by Corazón de Tucson member.   ** Interpretación disponible ** Spanish-translation available **  


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Monday, 9/5 – Tucson, AZ

UUCT (4831 E. 22nd Street):  Presentation at the weekly No More Deaths meeting.More about No More Deaths at http://www.nomoredeaths.org

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 Saturday, 9/10 – New Orleans, LA

 Critical Resistance Offices, 930 N. Broad Street, Mid-City, New Orleans:   CONVERSATION AND POTLUCK LUNCH

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Thursday, 9/15 – Greensboro, NC

Greenleaf Coffee Co-op (Basement of Mary Hobbs Hall, 5800 W. Friendly Ave: Guilford Campus), with Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies department and Guilford College Multicultural Education Department

Elsewhere (606 S. Elm Street), co-sponsored by QPOCC (Queer People of Color Collective) and the Queer Explorers Club.

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Saturday, 9/17 – Philadelphia, PA

at A-Space(4722 Baltimore Avenue), Presentation hosted by the Wild Poppies Collective & members of Decarcerate PA

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Sunday, 9/20 – Swarthmore College

Women’s Resource Center of Swarthmore College, part of Latin@ Heritage Month

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Monday, 9/19 – New York City, NY

Bluestockings Books(172 Allen Street between Stanton and Rivington), presentation with Milk Not Jails and Ravi Ragbir of Families for Freedom and the New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City, organized by The Borderlands Collective

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Tuesday, 9/20 – Brooklyn, NY

Potluck & discussion:  Glitter House

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Wednesday, 9/21 – New York City, NY

NYU:  Kimmel Center Room 903 (60 Washington Square South, right across from Washington Square Park): presentation with Jackie Vimo of the New School and CUNY talking about queer migrations and Hunter Jackson of the Borderlands Collective talking about No More Death’s release of The Culture of Cruelty

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Saturday, 9/24 – Montreal, QC

Workshop, QPIRG Concordia 1500 de Maisonneuve O., suite 204, a pre-Ethnoculture event. Hosted by Solidarity Across Borders, No One Is Illegal, QPIRG Concordia, and QPIRG McGill.  Translation available in Spanish and French

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Monday, 9/26 – Guleph, ON

Interview on Earful of Queer, CFRU 93.3FM followed byPotluck and Discussion

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McIntosh LogoTuesday, 9/27 – London, ON

Tonda Room, Central Library (251 Dundas Street)Screening of Safe Place, a short film by Richard Fung, followed by presentation and discussion, presented by the McIntosh Gallery.

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9/28 – Toronto, ON

Beit Zatoun (612 Markham St)Panel with No One Is Illegal Toronto & Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QuAII)

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Friday, 9/30 – Chicago, IL

Biblioteca Popular (1921 S. Blue Island), Presentation hosted by Gender Just, Moratorium on Deportations, Mexico Solidarity Network, and the Immigrant Youth Justice League

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Sunday, 10/2 – Denver, CO

Colorado Anti Violence Program (304 Elati Street),   Potluck hosted by the American Friends Service Committee, Denver & the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP)

  1. I’m in Texas and interested in driving to Austin for this– could you provide information about where the event will be held, costs for attendance, and timeline?

  2. We No More Deaths Flagstaff Chapter would like you to come and visit us also in Flagstaff, Arizona!?

  3. Come to Los Angeles!

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