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It is also important to note the transgender community fought fiercely and Silvia Rivera, a Puerto Rican transgender woman is said to have thrown the first stone at the police.Proyecto Latina is a multi-media project that amplifies the success and impact of Latinas in our community.Our initiatives include a reading series and a website that allow us to: create a culture of self-empowerment, spotlight emerging and established Latina talent, create safe spaces in under served communities, and provide a virtual platform to chronicle stories, share resources and start dialogue.The Gold Spa is located in Banner Elk, North carolina at the foot of Sugar Mountain resort. She is currently NOT working on her first novel, to which you should pull both her ears for. Her poetry and prose depict a world that is very similar to what she herself has lived as an indigenous identified brown-queer-woman.
It is an anti-racist, anti-violent, volunteer-led, grassroots effort with a goal to bridge together communities across race, class, age, size, sex, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, culture, immigrant status, spirituality, and ability. The Stonewall riots were a series of spontaneous, violent demonstrations against consistent police repression and a raid that took place in the early morning hours of June 28, 1969 at the Stonewall Inn, in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City.
They are frequently cited as the first instance in American history when gays and lesbians fought back against a government-sponsored system that persecuted homosexuals, and they have become the defining event that marked the start of the gay rights movement in the United States and around the world.
Listen to two Chicago queer Latinas honor their history and identities by paving the path to create more visibility for the triumphs and struggles of their communities. But she is doing good work as a core member of Chicago Dyke March Collective, and the Mexcia dance group, Nahualli.
Tania Unzueta shares history and thoughts on the move of the Chicago Dyke March to Pilsen and what it meant personally that the march was arriving to the community she lives and works in. Proyecto Latina Provides a platform to showcase work by Latina writers, poets and performers.
What do riots, marches, and good old fashioned chisme have in common? Join us as we partner with the Chicago Dyke March to celebrate Pride Month, the 40th Anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, and a Latina community with room for all! In it’s fourth year, the reading series takes place the third Monday of every month, it includes a feature, an open mic and a a chisme box!
Our June feature is the writer and dancer Edith Bucio, and our open mic puts a special emphasis on fighting back when you’re being kept down (a la Stonewall Riots*). Chicago Dyke March Collective is a grassroots mobilization and celebration of dyke, queer, and transgender resilience.