Wednesday, Oct. 11, 5-8PM, Bryn Mawr Room, Haverford Dining Center
Our lives are on the line, whether you realize it or not. Now is the time for building stronger movements than we have ever built before. Please join this talk for a powerful conversation with trans activist Sam Koplinka-Loehr.
Sam lives in Philadelphia where she is a trans activist, parent, and nanny. She is involved with many campaigns against state violence. Her latest project supports people who refuse to pay taxes and want to redirect that money instead!
The talk is on Wednesday, October 11 from 5-8PM in the Bryn Mawr Room, Haverford Dining Center. The talk is from 5-6:30PM and the dinner and discussion from 6:30-8PM. Take the 4:20 Blue Bus from Bryn Mawr to get to the event, or the 4:15 Tri-Co Van from Swarthmore.