Hosted by Guerrillera Collective IE ( guerrilleracollectiveie ) and IE Riot Grrrl …

Damn the Man! Save the Culture!

Growing up as people of color, we are constantly told that we should be ashamed of where we come from, our foods, our language, and our skin colors. Let’s create a space and a day where we celebrate and embrace our cultures. Let’s bring out the PoC in punk!

Come save your culture with us!
zines, tablers, dancing, comida, speakers, loteria, raffles

July 8, 2014

$5 // 5pm

Show up at 5pm and join us for the screening of the short film, Beyond the Screams/Mas Alla de Los Gritos, a 1999 documentary film featuring the Latino/Chicano punk movement from the late 1970s up until the early 1990s.

Stick around for some yummy food, Loteria games, and speakers.

*Speakers*

Jackie and Gen (GCIE): Deconstructing Horizontal Racism and Hierarchies Within Latin@ Cultures

Tania and Paola (GCIE): Undocumented Issues: The Fear of La Migra is Real

Gladys (GCIE): Speaking on Personal Issues of Rape Culture

*Tablers*

SQUAD
https://www.facebook.com/qpocsquad

Guerrillera Collective IE
https://www.facebook.com/GuerrilleraCollectiveIE

IE Riot Grrrl
https://www.facebook.com/IeRiotGrrrl

730pm
*Musicxs*

Join us in the grand reunion of Stay at Home Bomb! Featuring Alice Bag of LA punk band The Bags, and author of the book Violence Girl, Lysa Flores, Sharon Needles, and Judy Molish.

Stay at Home Bomb (Reunion!!!!)
http://www.alicebag.com/stayathomebomb.html

Downtown Boys (Providence, RI)
https://www.facebook.com/DowntownBoys

Palm Reader (OC)
https://www.facebook.com/PalmReaderOC

DivaCup (SD)
https://www.facebook.com/DivaCupPunk

La Gran Sociedad (IE)
https://www.facebook.com/la.g.sociedad?fref=ts

Pardon Me Sir (LA)
https://www.facebook.com/PardonMeSirMusic?ref=br_rs


*Location*

Blood Orange Infoshop
3485 University Ave. #2
Riverside, CA 92501

The Blood Orange Infoshop is a collective of artists and activists who believe in the transformative potential of Do-It-Yourself culture and radical political intervention. We collaborate to provide a non-commercial space for art exhibits, performances and free education. BOIS is committed to organising a public venue that is non-hierarchical, drug and alcohol free, all-ages, inclusive, and free of oppression.

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