Jun
20
to Jun 24

Diasphoria, pop-up bazaar by A1BAZAAR

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BAZAAR DETAILS

✿ Location: Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
✿ Dates: June 20th-24th, 2018 

A1Bazaar is excited to announce an open call for Diasphoria, a pop-up bazaar exploring the South Asian diaspora and gender dysphoria. Diasphoria arises at the intersections of displacement and dispersal as it occurs in place/culture, body/gender, reality/imagination, and so on. We ask creators to respond to one or more of the following themes: queerness, trans/gnc/nonbinary experience, and diasporic bodies. 

The Diasphoria Bazaar is curated by A1Bazaar (A1), whose mission is to create bazaar experiences that uplift artists and small business owners of the South Asian diaspora and beyond. A1 curates digital and physical bazaars that allow artists and small business owners to exhibit and sell their work. A1 was founded by queer/trans* artists, organizers, and curators of color. As a community-led project, A1 strives to promote inclusion, equity, cooperation, and creativity. 

 

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May
24
6:30 PM18:30

Diasphoria, A Pop-Up Bazaar

BAZAAR DETAILS

✿ Location: Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
✿ Dates: June 20th-24th, 2018 

A1Bazaar is excited to announce an open call for Diasphoria, a pop-up bazaar exploring the South Asian diaspora and gender dysphoria. Diasphoria arises at the intersections of displacement and dispersal as it occurs in place/culture, body/gender, reality/imagination, and so on. We ask creators to respond to one or more of the following themes: queerness, trans/gnc/nonbinary experience, and diasporic bodies. 

The Diasphoria Bazaar is curated by A1Bazaar (A1), whose mission is to create bazaar experiences that uplift artists and small business owners of the South Asian diaspora and beyond. A1 curates digital and physical bazaars that allow artists and small business owners to exhibit and sell their work. A1 was founded by queer/trans* artists, organizers, and curators of color. As a community-led project, A1 strives to promote inclusion, equity, cooperation, and creativity. 

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May
12
10:00 AM10:00

Who Heals the Healer? The convergence

 


 

Who Heals the Healer: the convergence 

Join Khao'na Kitchen at the Lunch and Vendors/Practitioners Market during the Who Heals the Healer convergence!

"For those who feel too much, may you guard your position as holy."

INTENTION
As tensions rise, so has the need for more healers. The waymakers, the agents of change, the ones armed with compassion.

But how many folks who step into this work have become burnt out or hurt along the way? What kind of long-term impact can we have if we don’t share the same healing methods we give to others with ourselves? How can we be a support system for others without depleting ourselves? How can we develop tools to thrive as opposed to just surviving? Who heals the healer?

A large scale conference of the event series, the intention of the convergence is to cultivate an ecosystem rooted in community care for wellness, social justice and healing practitioners who can hold space for one another as they continue to hold space for community. The curated techniques and solutions from this series will be shared widely in the form of a publication in 2018. 

DETAILS
When: Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 10am-5pm
Where: Mayday Space, 176 St. Nicholas Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11237

SCHEDULE

10:00am - Doors Open
10:30am - Opening Ceremony
11:00am -12:00pm - Round 1 of Experiences
12:05pm -1:05pm - Round 2 of Experiences
1:10pm - 2:25pm - Lunch and Vendors/Practitioners Market
2:30pm - 3:30pm - Round 3 of Experiences
3:35pm - 4:35pm - Round 4 of Experiences
4:40pm - 5:00pm - Closing Ceremony
*5:00pm - 10:00pm - After Vibes at Starr Bar brought to you by 

 

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Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

Stop the Killings Speaking Tour 2018

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Join Khao'na Kitchen as we support the people's efforts for self-determination and try some of our tasty "secret menu" items like Sizzling Turkey Sisig and Ginataang Gulay.

From April 24—27, as part of their Stop the Killings Speaking Tour 2018: The People’s Caravan for Peace and Justice in the Philippines, representatives from the International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines (ICHRP) will deliver a set of discussions in several community spaces around New Jersey and New York City, calling for support from local human rights advocates to devise a plan of action that will stop the US government from funding the Duterte Administration’s repression of its own people.

April 26, San Damiano Hall, Church of St. Francis of Assisi, 127 West 31st Street New York, NY 10001

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Apr
3
7:00 PM19:00

Meal Planning for the Revolutionary Soul

Meal Planning for the Revolutionary Soul

Tues, April 3rd 7-9pm
The Audre Lorde Project
147 West 24th Street, 3rd Floor (buzz the 3rd floor at the entrance)
New York, NY 10011

RSVP: bit.ly/mealprep2

 

Bring a friend! No one will turned away for lack of funds. 

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Kamusta! Namaste! Hello! 

Join us, Cole + Shilpa, as we gather around dinner, provided by Khao'na Kitchen, and talk food justice and strategies for planning meals on a busy schedule.

Our upcoming Meal Planning workshops are designed to apply to most individuals. The emphasis of the workshop is to build strategies that streamline meal planning to make planning less overwhelming and find opportunities to make meals more nutritionally balanced for the individual, based on their preferences.

The toolkit we will provide participants with will be customizable for any dietary preference so bring all of your dreams and imaginations to plan with.

In addition, the conversation around diet, nutrition and food justice will be applicable to any type of diet (read: way people eat), so diverse perspectives and experiences are more than welcome to join in and share!

What you can expect from the evening:

  • Collective and empowering discussions on food and nutrition
  • Meal planning guides and tools, customizable for any dietary preference
  • Delicious and healthy Filipino + Indian inspired dinner provided by Khao'na Kitchen
  • Building community with others around wellness and food justice

Space is limited! RSVP here.

Khao'na Kitchen is a queer, gender non-conforming woman and people of color-run worker cooperative based in Brooklyn, NY. We welcome and support all lifestyles and identities, without judgment, body-shaming or hesitation.

 

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Mar
25
8:00 AM08:00

Just Food Conference

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ITS US!! Come check us out today at the Just Food Conference.
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We feel so honored to be able to share space with such dope food justice advocates, farmers, and community organizers.
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Stay tuned for more updates ✊🏽
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P.s. if you can’t make it out but still want to know about our meal planning session, we still have a few spots remaining at out April 3 workshop!!!

RSVP @ bit.ly/mealprep2

#persistresist #jfc2018

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Mar
6
7:00 PM19:00

Meal Planning for the Revolutionary Soul

Meal Planning for the Revolutionary Sou

 

Bring a friend! No one will turned away for lack of funds. 

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Kamusta! Namaste! Hello! 

Join us, Cole + Shilpa, as we gather around dinner, provided by Khao'na Kitchen, and talk food justice and strategies for planning meals on a busy schedule.

Our upcoming Meal Planning workshops are designed to apply to most individuals. The emphasis of the workshop is to build strategies that streamline meal planning to make planning less overwhelming and find opportunities to make meals more nutritionally balanced for the individual, based on their preferences.

The toolkit we will provide participants with will be customizable for any dietary preference so bring all of your dreams and imaginations to plan with.

In addition, the conversation around diet, nutrition and food justice will be applicable to any type of diet (read: way people eat), so diverse perspectives and experiences are more than welcome to join in and share!

What you can expect from the evening:

  • Collective and empowering discussions on food and nutrition
  • Meal planning guides and tools, customizable for any dietary preference
  • Delicious and healthy Filipino + Indian inspired dinner provided by Khao'na Kitchen
  • Building community with others around wellness and food justice

Space is limited! RSVP here.

Khao'na Kitchen is a queer, gender non-conforming woman and people of color-run worker cooperative based in Brooklyn, NY. We welcome and support all lifestyles and identities, without judgment, body-shaming or hesitation.

 

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