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|Performance: Queer Migrants|
|Date||Saturday November 10|
|Time||1:00 PM - 2:00 PM|
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|Begins at the corner of Washington & Battery in downtown San Francisco. Here is a link to the exact spot on a map: https://goo.gl/maps/51JWE6EmSY12|
Queer MigrantsAdded to the calendar on Wednesday Oct 31st, 2018 2:33 PM
Sharing stories that cross borders, generations, bodies, and cultures.
A free street performance by J Jha and Keith Hennessy. Jha (India) and Hennessy (Canada), combine movement, ritual, and storytelling to reflect on personal and structural aspects of queer migration to the Bay Area. Hennessy, who is a gay white cis-male, migrated to SF from a mining town in Canada in the early 80s while Jha is a transgender asylee from India who moved to the Bay 4 years ago.
:: LOCATION ::
Begins at the corner of Washington & Battery in downtown San Francisco. Here is a link to the exact spot on a map: https://goo.gl/maps/51JWE6EmSY12
:: ACCESS ::
Performance lasts one hour and involves a short walk. We will have 10 chairs available for people who need/want to sit. The entire route is accessible by wheelchair.
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