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SVE: DAGPROGRAM
kl. 12-23


12-13 AKTION!
FREE LUKE O’DONOVAN AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS!
Organisers: Anarchist Black Cross. Where? Metro: Karlaplan (red line)
On New Year’s, 2013, Luke O’Donovan was the target of a homophobic attack in Atlanta, Georgia.
After seeing him dancing with and kissing other men, a gang of up to 12 men attacked Luke while using homophobic slurs, stomping on his head and stabbing him. Luke defended himself, and five of the attackers ended up with knife wounds. Following an established pattern, police arrested Luke and the prosecutor charged him with five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and one count of attempted murder, rather than charging the homophobes who attacked him. These charges are very serious and can result in a prison sentence of many years. Lukes trial is due to August 11.
The United States government has a shameful record of turning a blind eye to violence against queer and trans people, while mercilessly locking up any queer or trans people who dare to defend themselves. We are taking to the streets to spread word about Luke’s case in particular and the problem of homophobic and transphobic violence, with state complicity, in general.
We are calling for all the charges against Luke O’Donovan to be dropped. We also want to send him a message of support and show our support for self-defense against homophobic and transphobic attacks.

14-17 BILMECKAR-WORKSHOP! Tjej å trans*separatistisk. Och det är Max 12 deltagare. Kom o lär dig om de farliga monstren. Du kommer få med dig på riktigt professionella råd som kan komma väl till pass!

14-16 Situationen i Gaza (hålls på engelska)
14-16 Discussion: The situation in Gaza
A discussion with a palestinian activist and also lgbt and feminist activist. She will talk about the situation in Gaza right now, what she as a palestinian suporting this moment do and what palestinians want to happen. She also will talk about boycotting isreal and how isreal is accting with the women the LGBTQ palestinians. She will also show videos and photos from Gaza westbank.

14-15.15 DIY FILMTIPS
Bitte, som gör filmen Dyke Hard, kommer och visar några klipp och snackar om hur en kan göra film med väldigt lite förkunskaper och resurser och så.

16-17.30 TECKENSPRÅK CRASH COURSE
Kom och lär dig grunderna I världens roligaste språk; allsång och lek utlovas!

16.15-17.15 KORTFILM OCH DISKUSSION: om/med queera sexarbetare i Australien (obs ej textad). Efter filmen stannar vi och snackar en stund.

17.30-18.30 SNATTERI: tips och råd

17.30-18.30 3 KORTFILMER AV SANDRA ALLAND:
Sandra Alland is a queer crip interdisciplinary artist. Their films, writing and performances have been published and presented extensively in North America and Europe. Sandra curates Scotland’s Cachin Cachan Cachunga! Queer & Trans* Cabaret and Visual Arts. www.blissfultimes.ca
Notes on the term ‘disabled’: When I first moved to Scotland from Canada, I was using the term ‘crip’, or sometimes ‘people with disabilities’ or ‘differently abled people’. Crip is still a relatively new and rarely used term in the UK, and I often find myself having to explain or defend my choice, even to other people with disabilities (many find it offensive). I still use the term ‘crip’, and it seems to be catching on a bit, thankfully. But I also use ‘disabled’. The term ‘disabled’ is favoured in the UK, especially in disability activist circles. It’s not like it sounds — as in, people are not being defined by their (dis)ability or by their different abilities. The term comes from what is referred to as The Social Model of Disability, which comes out of disability activism in the UK. This model says that SOCIETY renders people disabled — by not providing adequate services or opportunities for everyone. As in: I am disabled, not by weakness in my legs, but by the lack of a lift in this building. This model is in direct opposition to the medical model of disability which views the body as a machine to be fixed and made perfect from ‘defects’. Of course no terms are perfect, but I just wanted to explain a bit of the historical and geographical reasons why all the very political queer and trans* people in my films use the term ‘disabled’ instead of other terms. I hope you enjoy experiencing their stories: they’re20 wise, talented and funny crips.

18.30-20 AKTIONSPLANERING!

20-23 FILM: FOLKBILDNINGSTERROR
FOLKBILDNINGSTERROR är en vinklad skildring av den glädje, värme och ljuva musik som uppstår när självrättfärdiga kulturmarxister tar till vapen.
Vi får ett intro av några som varit med och gjort filmen, ser filmen och snackar om den och ris och ros som filmen fått. Läs gärna om vithetskritiken här: http://ipocolor.wordpress.com/2014/06/17/vithetsterror-en-antirasistisk-recension-av-filmen-folkbildningsterror/ (eller sök IPOC+vithetsterror)
Triggervarning: våld, sex, sex+våld, mååååånga vita kroppar

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ENG: DAYPROGRAM
kl. 12-23


12-13 ACTION!
FREE LUKE O’DONOVAN AND ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS!
Organisers: Anarchist Black Cross. Where? Metro: Karlaplan (red line)
On New Year’s, 2013, Luke O’Donovan was the target of a homophobic attack in Atlanta, Georgia.
After seeing him dancing with and kissing other men, a gang of up to 12 men attacked Luke while using homophobic slurs, stomping on his head and stabbing him. Luke defended himself, and five of the attackers ended up with knife wounds. Following an established pattern, police arrested Luke and the prosecutor charged him with five counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, and one count of attempted murder, rather than charging the homophobes who attacked him. These charges are very serious and can result in a prison sentence of many years. Lukes trial is due to August 11.
The United States government has a shameful record of turning a blind eye to violence against queer and trans people, while mercilessly locking up any queer or trans people who dare to defend themselves. We are taking to the streets to spread word about Luke’s case in particular and the problem of homophobic and transphobic violence, with state complicity, in general.
We are calling for all the charges against Luke O’Donovan to be dropped. We also want to send him a message of support and show our support for self-defense against homophobic and transphobic attacks.

14-17 CAR WORKSHOP! Women and trans* separatist workshop. Max 12 participants. Come and learn about these dangerous creatures. You’ll leave with truly professional tips that can come in handy!

14-16 Discussion: The situation in Gaza
A discussion with a palestinian activist and also lgbt and feminist activist. She will talk about the situation in Gaza right now, what she as a palestinian suporting this moment do and what palestinians want to happen. She also will talk about boycotting isreal and how isreal is accting with the women the LGBTQ palestinians. She will also show videos and photos from Gaza westbank.

14-15.15 DIY MOVIE MAKE
Bitte, who is making the film Dyke Hard, will show a few clips and talk about how one can do film with little knowledge and little money.

16-17.30 SIGN LANGUAGE CRASH COURSE
Learn the basics, singing and playing included!

16.15-17.15 SHORT MOVIE AND DISCUSSION: queer sewxworkers in Australia

17.30-18.30 SHOP LIFTING

17.30 -18.30 3 SHORTS BY SANDRA ALLAND:
Sandra Alland is a queer crip interdisciplinary artist. Their films, writing and performances have been published and presented extensively in North America and Europe. Sandra curates Scotland’s Cachin Cachan Cachunga! Queer & Trans* Cabaret and Visual Arts. www.blissfultimes.ca
Notes on the term ‘disabled’: When I first moved to Scotland from Canada, I was using the term ‘crip’, or sometimes ‘people with disabilities’ or ‘differently abled people’. Crip is still a relatively new and rarely used term in the UK, and I often find myself having to explain or defend my choice, even to other people with disabilities (many find it offensive). I still use the term ‘crip’, and it seems to be catching on a bit, thankfully. But I also use ‘disabled’. The term ‘disabled’ is favoured in the UK, especially in disability activist circles. It’s not like it sounds — as in, people are not being defined by their (dis)ability or by their different abilities. The term comes from what is referred to as The Social Model of Disability, which comes out of disability activism in the UK. This model says that SOCIETY renders people disabled — by not providing adequate services or opportunities for everyone. As in: I am disabled, not by weakness in my legs, but by the lack of a lift in this building. This model is in direct opposition to the medical model of disability which views the body as a machine to be fixed and made perfect from ‘defects’.Of course no terms are perfect, but I just wanted to explain a bit of the historical and geographical reasons why all the very political queer and trans* people in my films use the term ‘disabled’ instead of other terms. I hope you enjoy experiencing their stories: they’re20 wise, talented and funny crips.

18.30-20 ACTION PLANNING!

20-23 FILM: FOLKBILDNINGSTERROR!
FOLKBILDNINGSTERROR is an angled story about the joy, warmth and musicality that unites when self-righteous culture-marxists use weapons.
We get an introduction by someone(s) who were making the film, we see the film, then we discuss about the positive and critical reactions on the film. Triggers: violence, sex, sex+violence, maaaaany white bodies.

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