MC Killer Sideburns as Ethel Mermaid
DJ Healthy Pleasures! DJ Benjamin Haber!
Performances by: My Gay Banjo! Nicholas Gorham! RUDE MECHANICAL ORCHESTRA!
more info & images of all the art http://www.srlp.org/
& CHECK THIS OUT: OFFICIAL AFTER PARTY: LIBERATION IS A COLLECTIVE PROCESS, QUEEN! Brought to you by the fine folks at HEY, QUEEN. All proceeds benefit SRLP. Mx. Justin Vivian Bond is Queen of Honor!http://www.facebook.com/
CONTRIBUTING ARTIST LIST:
Marina Ancona, M. Elizabeth Barrett, Timothy Berkey, Elizabeth Bethea, Sarah Jenny Bleviss, Lynne Chan, Peter Cramer, Celeste Dupuy-Spencer, Carrie Elzey, Laura Esner, Jake Ewert, Edie Fake, Keltie Ferris, Laura Fields, Daphne Fitzpatrick, Baseera Khan Fox, Peter Gallo, Sarah Gottesdiener,Wade Guyton, Anne Hall, Carrie Hawks, Robyn Hillman-Harrigan, Kate Huh, Xylor Jane, Leeroy Kun Young Kang, Erika Keck, Jayson Keeling, Scooter LaForge, Charles Lahti, Zoe Leonard, Zavé G. Martohardjono, Tara Mateik, Ivan Monforte, Christopher Moss, Ulrike Mueller, Emily North/em sixteen, Laimah Osman, Donna Phipps + E. Phipps, Jack Pierson, Adee Roberson, Lacey Jane Roberts, Mariah Robertson, Jacob Robichaux, J. Rodewald, Favianna Rodriguez (Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative), Guadalupe Rosales, Michelle Ross, Emily Roysdon, Cooper Sabatino, Matt Savitsky, Christy Singleton, Kiki Smith,Tuesday Smillie, Ryan Steadman, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Martyn Thompson, Joshua Thorson, Brina Thurston, Mary Tremonte (Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative), Kristine Virsis (Justseeds Artists’ Cooperative), Jessica Watson, Faith Wilding, Paul Wirhun
(event photo features “(un)defeated champion” by Leeroy Kun Young Kang)
**BIDDING ENDS AT 8PM SHARP**
** BUILDING IS WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE** ++++++++++++++++++++++++++
All proceeds benefit Sylvia Rivera Law Project! SRLP provides free legal services for low-income people and people of color who are transgender, intersex, or gender non-conforming, while maintaining a commitment to leadership development, public education, and community organizing. We are collectively-run, by and for the community. We provide crucial services with inspiring creativity and political analysis.
This past year, we provided direct legal services to over 250 clients. That means support for hundreds of people in New York fighting against discrimination and abuse in prisons, group homes, homeless shelters, and drug treatment centers; clients getting name changes and gender changes on ID, getting benefits re-instated, and dealing with immigration issues. Since our founding in 2002, we have worked with over 1,250 clients, and have provided referrals and resources to so many more.
601 W 26th St, 12th Floor
New York, NY