Kitty Stryker Talk: "It Takes a Village: Community Care for Survivors"
Kitty Stryker, consultant to Juggalos and Sex Educators alike, presents a talk on how to have thoughtful conversations about sexual assault when it impacts someone you love, mixed with Q&A for attendees to ask questions about their own experiences and allyship. This event will focus on fostering a supportive environment for survivors and a learning environment for their allies, as well as addressing how to respond when youre the one who has crossed a boundary.
2:30 Doors / 3 5 pm Talk and Q&A / Havana Theatre / $20 Advance / $25 door /
Financial access options available. Contact Managing Director Pamela Bentley at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about these financial options. If writing an email is a barrier, and a phone call is an option, please put your phone number in the email subject line, and Pamela will call you back.
$20 Advance registration for It Takes a Village: Community Care for Survivors is available here on Brown Paper Tickets.
$25 At Door. Cash only.
Workshops are not included in Verses Festival Passes.
This event is a scent-reduced space. To assist us in our goal of increased access, please be aware of our attempt to reduce the impact of personal scented products (perfumes, scented oils, etc) in our festival spaces.
Havana Theatre is a mostly accessible venue. To reach the theatre, you must pass through the restaurant to the gallery space. On the right, is a black door leading into the theatre. There is a narrow hallway and two doors to access the performance space. These doors are not automatic but a door person will be present before the event. This narrow hallway is possible for wheelchairs to pass through, but can be difficult for larger scooters to maneuver. There are no stairs. Washrooms are located at the end of a hallway which is maneuverable but also narrow. The washrooms are gendered.
Havana Theatre (View)
1212 Commercial Drive
Vancouver, BC V5L 3X4
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|