Celebrate dirty queer resistance!
June 13th, HomoHomestead Tour 3:30 - 6pm, San Francisco FREE!
Meet up at the Free Farm at the corner of Eddy and Gough in SF
Dirt Star - 6pm: African American Cultural Complex: 762 Fulton, SF - tix $12-20
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org for bike tour- space will be limited
Western Addition, The Fillmore, Hayes Valley...
The names and borders of this area are ever changing and ever impacted by the whims of the wealthy and powerful in San Francisco. But it's rich history and robust resistance to marginalization and complete gentrification is alive and thriving. We will check out how some local queers are continuing those roots of resistance through their community DIRT PROJECTS! From Free Farms to Community Gardens - we will catch a glimpse of queers in dirty revolutionary action.
Come check out the new Free Farm! We will be getting out hands dirty by helping the Free Farm with some of their projects.
The Free Farm is an urban farm on the corner of Gough and Eddy Streets in San Francisco, CA. Their goal is to grow organic produce, foster garden education, and build community. The food grown is offered to the community for free in an effort to combat hunger, aid health and nutrition, and increase resource sharing and care for one another. It is also connected to the Free Farm Stand at Parque de los Ninos.