[Image is a poster for the event. The background is a faded picture of a grey house (This building is the office of Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and OPIRG Kingston). There is a sign on the front lawn that reads ‘Welcome to Ontario Public OPIRG Interest Research Group Come In!’. In the centre, there is black text that reads ‘OPIRG Kingston’s People’s History Walking Tour Come hear the stories of feminist resistance & queer liberation & anti-war struggles & so many other stories of resistance and struggle from the Kingston and Queen’s communities!’. In the bottom right corner there is black text that reads ‘Starts May 2 – 4pm on the lawn of the Grey House – 51 Bader Lane]
WHAT: In partnership with Jane’s Walk Kingston, OPIRG is hosting our People’s History Walking Tour!
This walking tour describes the forgotten history of oppression and resistance on the streets and in the institutions of Kingston. Focused on anti-racist, queer liberation, feminist, affordable-education and anti-imperialist struggles.
Do you know the local stories of community responses to Kingston’s long history of racism, homophobia and sexism? Have you heard of the collective reactions to war, the Oka crisis and the long standing rape-culture at Queen’s University? If you haven’t, or have, then you should join us on May 2 on the lawn of the Grey House, 51 Bader Lane.
Some information about the walk:
– it is approximately an hour and a half,
– children and families are welcome,
– the tour is wheelchair accessible with accessible washrooms at both the beginning and end of the tour, and
– their is start parking at the beginning of the tour.
Check out Jane’s Walk Kingston and other great walking tours here: http://janeswalk.org/canada/kingston.
For more information feel free to email info[at]opirgkingston.org!
WHERE: They Grey House, Kingston (51 Bader Lane)
WHEN: Saturday, May 2nd 4pm-5:30pm