Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/223607337763935/?fref=ts
The ASUW Student Disability Commission and the D Center at the University of Washington present “Krip-Hop Nation/5th Battalion Presents Police Brutality Profiling, Krip Kultural Activism Through Hip-Hop/Spoken Word”
Leroy F. Moore Founder of Krip-Hop Nation & DJ Quad, Founder of 5th Battalion will not only perform their political, personal and powerful songs/poems but will also talk about their CD on police Brutality Profiling Mixtape, that came out last year, what is Krip-Hop Nation, 5th Battalion, why they see their cultural activism on a local and international level and how their work and art goes in the face of mainstream even left liberal media, music industry and yes some times in our communities of color. The performance will be a mixture of multi media with audio, PowerPoint, Skype presentation with live performances.
Friday May 10th from 3:00 to 5:30.
Location: Alder Hall (located at 1315 NE Campus Pkwy across the street from the pink building)
Alder Hall is located at 1315 NE Campus Pkwy.
Closest bus lines are as follows:
30, 71, 72, 73, 74, 83 (stops at NE Campus Parkway & Brooklyn Ave NE)
25, 30, 49, 65, 67, 68, 70, 75, 372 (stops at NE Campus Parkway & University Way NE)
31, 32, 49, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 83, 372 (stops at NE Campus Parkway & 12th Ave NE)
Planned route schedules for King County Metro can be searched via their website: http://tripplanner.kingcounty.gov/cgi-bin/sched_page.pl
Alder Hall itself is not scent free but we are asking people to refrain from wearing fragrances or essential oils the day of the event. We ask that everyone do this so that folks with MCS and chemical injury are able to attend the event. Smokers should wash their hands and mouths with baking soda before the event. We will provide baking soda and scent free soap on site.
Folks who arrive heavily scented and cannot wash off the scent with baking soda will be asked to leave.
To learn more about MCS and being fragrance free check out the following resources:
The side entrance is ADA wheelchair accessible and is located on Brooklyn AVE NE and NE 40th Street. The event space is located on the first floor, the space is located just past the doors.
The event will be American Sign Language interpreted.
The event will also be CART captioned.
There are three bathrooms near the event space, one of which is a non-gendered/family bathroom single lock stall with a changing station. Both of the gendered bathrooms also have chair accessible stalls but no changing stations.
There will be soft seating and couches in the event space.
The space itself has natural lighting and uses non-fluorescent lights.
Photos will be taken at the event by a community member, no flash will be used.
Free childcare will be provided, just email firstname.lastname@example.org with names, ages and access needs of each child.
COLLECTIVE ACCESS + SPACE GUIDELINES
Do not take flash photography at the event
Do not wear fragrances or essential oils on the day of the event
Don’t assume peoples gender and always ask for pronouns! (And remember to ask for peoples pronouns if you meet them again outside of the space)
Don’t make assumptions about what other folk’s access needs are
If people who you are sharing the space with disclose personal information, keep it confidential to the space
Always ask permission before touching or hugging other folks (even if you have an established relationship of touching its always important to ask)!
Be mindful of language and be receptive and calm if folks tell you language you are using is hurtful and oppressive
Contact email@example.com if you are interested in Skyping into the event or have questions and/or concerns about any part of this event.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions on how to contribute to the accessibility of this space!