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posted by fortotalliberation on Mar 4, 2013 - View profile

Van, Coast Salish Territories


donate to the future anarchist organizing space and get a night of music

- 10:00pm
Friday March 15 2013

Venue: Rhizome Cafe
Address: 317 East Broadway
Cost: By donation, $1-$100, no one turned away
Accessibility: for an aaccessibility audit of Rhizome, please go to:
Fundraising music night for a future Anarchist Social Space to exist on Coast Salish Territory, Vancouver!!!

A night of music from ok Vancouver ok (acousmatic tape music/experimental pop pop), Lunch Lady (riot grrl feminist witches) and Spesh Pep (a blond, a brunette, and a redhead walk into a bar: that's them).

Expect an update on the space, updates on some local struggles, and paintings, patches, tshirts, and zines for sale/by donation. All proceeds will go towards the up-and-coming anarchist space.

This show will be over right at 10pm, latecomers beware!

Accessibility: The main space is wheelchair accessible, and the gender neutral bathrooms are both on the main floor, but they are small and may not accommodate all folks in wheelchairs. There are washrooms at nearby shops Starbucks and Our Town Coffee (open til 11pm), both of which are larger than Rhizome's.

The following audit of Rhizome Cafe was performed on June 29, 2011 by the Radical Access Mapping Project.

Overview - Just the Basics:

PDF of the overview:

Full Audit - The Nitty Gritty:

PDF of the full audit:

If you would like a space audited, or have questions about accessibilit/ies in general or this audit in particular, please contact and let's talk. You can learn more about the Mapping Project and find other audited spaces here: (Please be aware the website is currently under heavy construction, July 2012)

ANTI-OPPPRESSION: This is a pretty solid anti-oppression statement, and is a helpful read for all (here's a tidbit: We recognize that we live in a society full of power imbalances along lines of race, class, gender, sex, sexuality, age, physical ability, size and other diverse identities. Though these differences can feel intimidating, we also affirm that we share common experience that inspires us to fight these norms. As we work towards ending sexism (SMASHING PATRIARCHY) in our society, we feel it is essential to build community and experience each other in new ways, loving and supporting one another.)

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