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Side Walks - A Queer History

Saturday October 5, 2019
12:00 - 12:45

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An illustration of lots of different people linking arms together
Oct
5
Jay Anderson and guests explore the individual and collective struggles and triumphs of the Perth queer community. Book Online
An illustration of lots of women skateboarding
Oct
5
Mani Gomes, Lisa Longman and Shenali Perera weave personal stories with socio-political commentary to discuss the practice of claiming space – an act of rebellion in a world that tells women to stay in their lane. Book Online
An illustration of an old car driving through the night
Oct
5
Facilitated by Adie Chapman, Sean and David will look at unsavoury moments and underworld figures in a conversational format that engages a wide-ranging audience. Book Online
Illustration of four people facing each other in conversation. They all have different skin tones, hair styles, genders.
Oct
5
Join Marion Kickett, Director of the Centre for Aboriginal Studies in conversation with two academics on storytelling, while drawing from life experiences to make sense of complex issues. Book Online
An illustration of a person carrying books in a wheel barrow
Oct
5
Some books inspire us, comfort us, or called us to action. Tinashe Jakwa, Alicia Tuckerman, and Raphael Farmer discuss the pivotal books of their lives. Book Online
An illustration of a man wearing a biker jacket with the words 'Bad Boy' embellished on the back.
Oct
5
Local writers Emily Paull, Raihanaty A Jalil, and Laurie Steed will dissect and analyse the naughty characters we take for granted in centuries of well-loved literature. Book Online
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