Tue, 12 Jul|
Latest Music Bar
Brighton: Stories from a journey towards a different kind of activism
Join Nina and Cynthia from The Consent Collective for an evening of storytelling and reflections as they share tales from their travels around the UK talking about healing from the injustices surrounding sexual harm and relationship abuse.
Time & Location
12 Jul 2022, 18:00 – 19:30
Latest Music Bar, 14-17 Manchester St, Kemptown, Brighton BN2 1TF, UK
About The Event
In September 2021 Nina and Cynthia from The Consent Collective packed up their Brighton home and began travelling the UK in their striking sign written van, visiting survivor organisations across the country and holding circles where people could talk about healing from injustices caused by sexual harm and relationship abuse. For The Consent Collective this was a step into an adventure. An adventure about how they go about doing their activism work and a step towards their ambition of opening a retreat centre.
After nearly 9 months on the road they are full of stories to tell. Stories from the people, places and animals they have encountered on their journey. Stories about journeying, about holding space, about generosity, activism and healing from injustice. Join us for an evening of tales as they share some of the stories they have gathered so far.
Whilst tickets are free of charge please consider being prepared to make a donation to Survivors' Network at the event (suggested donation is £5).
Read Nina and Cynthia's travel blog here.
PLEASE NOTE: A film crew are following Nina and Cynthia on their journey and will be at this event. Please speak to the crew if you do not want to be captured on camera at all. It will absolutely be possible to attend without being filmed.
Covid 19: Please do not attend if you have recently tested positive for Covid 19 or have symptoms. Face masks will be available at the event for those wishing to use them.
There is no need to print a ticket, we will have your name on our guest list.£0.00