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|Post Trans-March Benefit Party at El Rio|
|Date||Friday June 23|
|Time||9:00 PM - 2:00 AM|
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El Rio Bar
3158 Mission St. @ Precita St.
|Event Type||Party/Street Party|
|nat [at] criticalresistance.org|
a Trans March after party
in honor of the new documentary, "Cruel and Unusual"
benefiting the Sylvia Rivera Law Project
& the Trans/Gender Variant in Prison Committee
with hip hop, spoken word, & cabaret performances by
-- NaR -- Miss Major -- Tre Vasquez --
T H E B E S T D A N C E P A R T Y
by dj emancipacion, dj durt and others!
Friday, June 23rd
9pm – 2am
yet another reason to be here:
extra-special raffle action and snacky treats provided
$5 before 11p
$7-10 after 11p
No one turned away
for lack of funds
at El Rio: 3158 Mission Street
between Cesar Chavez and Valencia
in San Francisco
This bar is NOT wheelchair accessible as their bathrooms are not wheelchair accessible and do not have grab bars and would not be accessible without assistance. The entrance and most of the club is wheelchair accessible, including the back deck, but not the yard. For more information, please call El Rio at 415.282.3325. This bar does not have a parking lot.
MUNI: 12 Folsom, 14 Mission, 14L Mission Limited, 26 Valencia, 49 Van ness-Mission, 67 Bernal
BART: 24th Street Station (El Rio is located four blocks south of here)
"Cruel and Unusual," an eye-opening depiction of the blatant discrimination transgender people endure, portrays the challenges faced by transwomen in men's correctional facilities. Debuting at the SF International LGBT Film Festival on Wednesday, June 21 st, 6pm at the Victoria Theatre.
The Sylvia Rivera Law Project works to guarantee that all people are free to self-determine their gender identity and expression, regardless or income or race, and without facing harassment, discrimination, or violence.
The Trans/Gender Variant in Prison Committee works to end the discrimination, medical neglect, abuse and violence experienced by transgender and gender variant people, and people with intersex conditions in CA prisons.