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Anarres Infoshop & Community Space
7101 N Lombard St, Portland, Oregon 97203
**** The organizers of this show would like to give recognition that this event is being held on the stolen land of the Chinook Tribe ****
This show is a benefit for Red Lodge Transition Services and the album release of local band, Dogtooth & Nail.
In light of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women's (MMIW) Day on May 5 we want to continue the conversation, spread awareness and directly fundraiser money and collect items for a local organization that supports indigenous women. Red Lodge is a Native American led organization that provides culturally focused programs for women released from jail, prison or treatment. More info: redlodgetransition.org/
REQUESTED ITEMS TO DONATE:
— Gardening: large pots ...for plants, potting soil, plants starts (tomato, potato, lettuce, beans, corn)
— recycled building materials (for chicken coop, sweat lodge inclosed screen, recycling center)
— they do not need clothes or hygiene items
-gift cards to construction stores (lowes, home depot, the ReBuilding center)
ART FOR SALE
Created by women from Red Lodge & Coffee Creek Correctional Facility
POTLUCK until 8pm
MUSIC, SPEAKERS & LETTER WRITING for RED FAWN
Trish Jordan, the cofounder of Red Lodge, will be speaking at the event!
Candi Brings Plenty, who organized and lead the Indigenous Women's March this past year, will be performing and speaking about Red Fawn, a political prisoner who was wrongfully arrested at Standing Rock and is facing trail at the end of May. She is also stolen and missing.
LETTER WRITING: We will have a station for letter writing to Red Fawn as well as information about her and how to donate to her legal fund.
MUSIC by Megan Martinez, Brenna Sahatjian and Dogtooth & Nail TOUR KICKOFF/ALBUM RELEASE of "Learning How to Unlearn" featuring Megan, Brenna and Candi on the album! ♥
Suggested donation $5-10 but no one turned away for lack of funds
75% of money raised will be donated to Red Lodge, 25% will go to the space to keep it open.
ALL AGES // NO ALCOHOL // WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE*
*note on accessibility: the space is wheelchair accessible. The door to the bathroom is about 25.5 inches wide taking into account the door frame. We recognize that this is not accessible for all wheelchair sizes.