For the second annual International Day of Solidarity with Trans Prisoners, join Houston and Austin ABC for the following events:
Austin ABC is hosting a benefit show for their work at Shirley’s Temple at 6 pm on Jan 22. With your help they are releasing a zine (vol 2) with art, essays, poetry, and other works entirely comprised by trans prisoners in Texas. All proceeds from this show will be used to cover expenses for shipping and printing the zines, providing financial support to trans prisoners, and other related Austin ABC activity.
Watch a sick show. Read a killer zine. Hang with rad folk.
Sign up to pre-order the zine at the show or purchase a
hot (non alcoholic) beverage to warm you up to further your donation!
5-9 pm *REMEMBER – Shirley’s Temple is a sober space.*
Houston ABC will be throwing a letter writing party from 3-6 pm at Solidarity Houston. Come out for the second annual International Day of Solidarity with Trans Prisoners and the launch of our new pen pal website! We will be writing notes of support to trans prisoners and distributing the official zines with contributions from trans prisoners all over the world. Also come to learn more about our revamped pen pal collaboration with Austin ABC – the Radical Alliance for Queer and Trans Prisoner Correspondence, to look at the website, and to find a pen pal!!! We hope to see you there.
Parking is behind the space next to the train tracks, and bikes can come into the space. The light rail runs right in front of the space. If you park in the Los Charros lot, be aware they are known to tow. For disabled parking, make sure to park in an unmarked space.
Solidarity Houston is wheelchair accessible and has a wheelchair accessible bathroom which does not have an accessibility bar. The bathroom is gender neutral. Children are more than welcome, and Solidarity Houston has a children’s corner with books and activities. SH is not currently scent free.
For any other accessiblity needs, email us at email@example.com.
For more information about Solidarity Houston, check out solidarityhouston.org.