This months edition of the Out of the Archive and Onto the Streets is out! Before we get much further however we just want to flag that this content could easily be triggering. Internally there was much discussion around acknowledging the past and what has happened, or eluding to what has been written without saying those awful words. In the end we determined it best to share the words but acknowledge their triggering capacity.
A little late, and missing maybe just one piece of information, but we are so excited to release the complete list of all workshops, their times, and who will be presenting them at our Fostering Campus and Community Movements Conference! Click here generic viagra for the complete document!
If you have any questions or concerns email info[at]opirgkingston.org and we will get back to you as quickly as possible!
OPIRG Kingston’s November cheap viagra edition of Out of the Archive and Onto the Streets has now been released! Check it out under our People’s History Project tab!
In continuing our series ‘Out of the Archive and Onto the Streets‘ OPIRG Kingston is proud to release the October poster and story, titled: Alfie Pierce.
You can find the story and the poster follow this link.
If you are curious about the People’s History Project or Archive, feel free to email info[at]opirgkingston.org our stop by our office at 51 Bader Lane.
OPIRG Kingston is proud to invite members of the Queen’s and Kingston communities, as well as organizers from across the OPIRG network, to our upcoming conference: Fostering Campus and Community Movements, happening from November 21 through to 23.
This conference seeks to be a space where we focus on building the skills critical to fostering movements working towards a more just future. Over this weekend we will bring together activists and organizers from across Ontario and Quebec to offer and share the skills that can often go overlooked or forgotten in our busy movements.
Register for conference here.
While we have yet to release our full schedule, the below is a small insight to the amazing workshops and discussions we have planned:
- Panel Discussions: Celebrating Campus and Community Movements here in Kingston and Across Ontario
- Supporting and Fostering Volunteers as a Volunteer
- Building Coalitions and Alliances
- Moving Onlookers to Supporters, and Supporters to Engaged Members
- Introduction to Consensus-based Decision Making,
- And many more workshops and skill-shares
With baited breathe here at OPIRG Kingston we are excited to reveal the Alt-Frosh 2014 calendar!
By working with more than 12 campus and community partners we are excited to offer nearly 25 events over 21 days. Alt-Frosh 2014 is one of our strongest ever, encompassing discussions on race, gender, food justice, language and power, along with so much more.
You can find the schedule under the events tab or at opirgkingston.org/events viagra online or below. For more information about getting involved with Alt-Frosh, OPIRG Kingston or any of the groups presenting, get in contact with info[at]opirgkingston.org. For accessibility requests contact orientation[at]opirgkingston.org
1. Prison Town - An Introduction to the Prison Industrial Complex in Kingston September 12, 3pm at Queen's University, Theological Hall Room 102 Home to six federal institutions and more than 2000 prisoners, Kingston is the prison capital of Canada. Join us for an introduction to the prison industrial complex and its history and function within Kingston and Canada, and the politics of prison abolition. 2. Screening Under the Stars: To Be Takei September 12, 8:15pm, on the lawn outside the Grey House, 51 Bader Lane Reelout's popular outdoor Queer Film Screening is BACK! Reelout Queer Film + Video Festival is proud to co-present along with the Education on Queer Issues Project (EQuIP) and OPIRG Kingston the Sundance Doc that has audiences and critics alike cheering-- TO BE TAKEI from director Jennifer M. Kroot. This event is will be held on the east lawn of The Grey House (51 Bader Lane) at sunset (around 8:15pm). It is FREE and while this event is part of Queen's Alternative Frosh Week and Queerientation, EVERYONE is welcome. Popcorn and Candy will be available. PLEASE BRING A LAWNCHAIR OR BLANKET as no seating will be provided. This is a wheelchair accessible event. 3. Porcupine Quill Earring Workshop September 13, 10am at Four Directions Aboriginal Centre 146 Barrie Street Join the Four Directions Student Aboriginal Centre for an creative workshop on how to make a porcupine quill earring. This workshop is limited in size due to materials so make sure to be prompt. 4. Alternative Walking Tours of Kingston September 13, 1pm leaving the Grey House, 51 Bader Lane Come get a tour of the Kingston community that you didn't get during Frosh or Orientation Week. This walking tour will cover the history of parts of Kingston often untold and the hidden gems of Kingston today. 5. POCTalk Open Mic Night Featuring Lady Sin Trayda September 13, 7pm at the Sleepless Goat, 91 Princess Street POCTALK was born in the conversations, solidarity, struggle, and fed up feels of a few local people of colour. This event aims to give a space and a mic to self-identified people of colour, mixed race, and/or Indigenous people to share their poetry, stories, jokes, songs, histories, resistance, and lives. POCTALK seeks to create community for us, challenge the communities that are unsafe for us, and foster room for our narratives to be brought together. Come out, come speak, come listen! This event is open to all members of the Kingston and Queen`s community, Alt-Frosh events are not exclusive to Queen`s students. This is a free event but donations are encouraged to help support POCTalk and emerging artists. Sign up starts at 7pm Show starts at 8pm Check out the facebook event here: https://www.facebook.com/
events/563691360419585/ ?ref=2&ref_dashboard_filter =upcoming 6. Blue is the Warmest Colour Free Film The Screening Room September 14, 7pm at the Screening Room 120 Princess Street Join OPIRG Kingston for a free film screening of the award winning Blue is the Warmest Colour at the Screening Room in downtown Kingston. Adele's life is changed when she meets Emma, a young woman with blue hair, who will allow her to discover desire, to assert herself as a woman and as an adult. In front of others, Adele grows, seeks herself, loses herself and ultimately finds herself through love and loss. 7. Blue is the Warmest Colour Discussion Space September 15, 7pm at the Grey House, 51 Bader Lane When first screened to the Kingston and Queen's communities, Blue is the Warmest Colour provoked intense debate and discussion about the style of directing, depictions of sex, and queer cinema. Join OPIRG Kingston and the Educating Queer Issues Project (EQUIP) on a discussion on theses themes and more! 8. Workbees with Loving Spoonful September 16 and 23, 3:30pm at the Oak Street Community Garden Help care for food that is produced for donation in the Oak Street Community Garden (Oak St. & Victoria St.) with Loving Spoonful - a local food justice organization! No gardening experience necessary. Transportation available departing from the Grey House at 3:30 and returning from Oak Street at 7 pm. 9. Words that Hurt: Language, Power and Privilege September 17, 7pm at the Red Room, 103 Stuart Street Words carry a history and power with them. Who uses what words and why can often go uninvestigated and create spaces where certain identities and voices are marginalized. Join OPIRG Kingston and the Queen's Human Rights Department for a participatory workshop on language and power. 10. Positive Space Training Session September 21, 1pm, in the Grey House, 51 Bader Lane Join the Positive Space Program for an open session of the Positive Space Training. Open to all members of the Queen's community, the Positive Space Program strives to ensure our campus celebrates the diversity of sexuality and genders. The training session focuses on the importance of celebrating sexual and gender identities as well as how to build supportive communities that resist homophobia and transphobia. 11. Diversity Potluck Dinner September 21, 5pm, at the Grey House 51 Bader Lane Come and celebrate the foods and the stories they hold with the cultural groups of Queen's campus. Join Four Directions Aboriginal Centre, the Queen's Turkish Students Association and many more at the Diversity Potluck Dinner on the Grey House lawn. Have a dish you are particularly proud of? Bring a serving or two and share it with some new found friends. Don't forget to bring your own bowl/plate, seal-able dish for leftovers and cutlery. OPIRG Kingston will have some on hand.