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10.08.17

 WHERE ARE MY SISTERS? WHERE ARE MY BROTHERS?
WHERE IS MY FAMILY Who TAKEs CARE OF EACH OTHER?

we are living in a political moment with limitless potential. 
there has never been a better time to be the change you want to see. 
let's take the time to turn away from the glowing screens and face each other!
let's face this challenge arm in arm! we can transform this. 
-ani

Started in Buffalo, NY in 2016, the 2nd edition of this traveling festival of music, community, and activism takes place in the historic artist haven of Provincetown, MA. 

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LINEUP

ANI DIFRANCO

Andrea Gibson

Rae Sanni

Gracie and Rachel

Lucinda Guinn (Emily's List)

Doors 7pm, Show 7:30pm

Town Hall

260 Commercial St, Provincetown, MA

 

Activist University

3pm

Fishermen Hall

12 Winslow St, Provincetown, MA

ARTISTS

Speaking:

Lucinda Guinn (Emily's List)

ACTIVIST UNIVERSITY

 

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Activist University was launched in 2016 by Care2, the world's largest social network for good, with over 40 million members starting petitions, supporting each other's campaigns and sharing stories that inspire action.  

Activist University is a collaborative 60-minute session guided by Care2 campaigners designed to bring activists together and provide a step-by-step guide to grassroots organizing focusing on using local activism to make a difference in your City.  

 

Featured Panelists:
Chelsea Beyer -
Activist out of California who is on the frontlines of lobbying states to abolish statute of limitations for sexual assault and rape.
Karen Cappotto - Provincetown artist and activist who successfully convinced the City to turn a neglected community center into a year-round shared space for artists, creative workers and small business.
Kelly Wright - Trans rights activist out of Washington D.C. who successfully convinced D.C. to create permanent rainbow pride and trans pride crosswalks.
Hosted by Miranda Becker, Member Activism Coordinator for Care2

RSVP ENCOURAGED

ABOUT PROVINCETOWN

When the Pilgrims landed here in 1620 they were just the first wave to seek refuge on these remote shores. Those who followed were, however, much less puritanical. Fringe writers and artists began making a summer haven in Provincetown a century ago, and in later years the gay and lesbian community turned this sandy outpost into the hottest gay vacation destination in the Northeast. Commercial St, the main waterfront drag, has a nonstop carnival atmosphere. While the action throbs from the center of town, Provincetown also has quiet dunes where you can walk without another soul in sight and an untamed coastline with glorious beaches. (From Lonely Planet)

Women's Week takes place Oct 9-15.