Would Be Saboteurs Take Heed– Double Zine Launch

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Saturday, Mar 11, 5-8pm
Free

Would Be Saboteurs Take Heed, a community-based publication featuring Asian-American Pacific Islander (AAPI) artists and writers, is celebrating the double launch of issue 2, spirit(s), and issue 3, Love & Struggle.

http://wouldbesaboteurs.tumblr.com/

Join us for readings and performances from our contributors. Please bring a dish for our potluck! But don’t worry—we’re also bringing dumplings!

Zines for sale! $5, bring cash!

A portion of proceeds will be donated to the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles (CHIRLA) http://www.chirla.org/

Contributors:

#2 Spirit(s)
Byron Au Yong
Elizabeth Ahn
Emily Ryan + Isabel Ryan
johanna hedva
Nuttaphol Ma
Sally Chung
t.k. lê
Thinh Nguyen
Victoria Tao
Yoshie Sakai

#3 Love & Struggle
Alan Nagakawa
Amy Uyematsu
Carol Zou
Cat Chiang
Guan Rong
Heisue Chung-Matheu, Grace Hwang, SoYun Cho
huang xiao mei + mei mei + zhao wen + feng yuan
Jennifer Moon
Pearl C. Hsiung + Michael C. Hsiung
Ranu Mukherjee
Scott Oshima
Satpreet Kahlon
Seo Yun Son
Surface
Tomorrow Girls Troop
Toro Castaño
Co-edited byAudrey Chan, Connie Ho, and Soyoung Shin

Parking: Spots are available on the left hand side of the WCCW parking lot (same side as the house). Please respect our neighbors and do not park on their side of the lot. Also look for signs for overflow parking in the lot next door. Do NOT park on Glover Place as these spots are reserved for our neighbors in the community. Parking is very limited – please consider carpooling, riding your bike (we have direct access from the LA River bike path), or taking public transportation.

Public Transit: 30 minute walk from the Lincoln/Cypress Park Gold Line station, or a 10 minute walk from Metro 96 bus stop at Riverside Drive/Harwood Street.

Accessibility: There are six steps, with dual handrails, leading up the front entrance, and there is a wheelchair accessible entrance through the back. (Come all the way through the adjacent parking gate and around the building). The hallways is 36″ at the narrowest from that back entrance to the main room where the event will be held. There is one wheelchair accessible restroom. Please don’t hesitate to email info@wccw.us with any accessibility questions.