No More S#%&!: Stories Of The 1981 Bathhouse Raids

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No More S#%&: Operation Soap Revisited says
No More S#%&!: Stories of the 1981 Bathhouse Raids revisits the people involved in Operation Soap, A.K.A. the bathhouse raids, a seminal moment in queer history in Toronto and in Canada. Based on the lives of the "found-ins" and "keepers" of the bathhouses, it makes use of archival material and original research and considers whose stories are being told and how we might re-envision Toronto’s LGBT history. Featuring Jeffrey Canton, Rico Rodriguez, Marcus Peterson, and Queers in Your Ears.

Presented by Canton/Peterson Productions. A Myseum of Toronto Intersections event.

Please also consider attending our community conversation on March 12 (https://www.facebook.com/events/942099002558799/) or one of the other storytelling performance dates:
March 22nd (https://www.facebook.com/events/1902957749986851/)
March 25th (https://www.facebook.com/events/1140137466095935/).

http://myseumoftoronto.com/intersections
http://www.the519.org/
http://www.gladdaybookshop.com/
http://torontostorytellingfestival.ca/2017/
http://www.clga.ca/

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ACCESSIBILITY
The Gladstone Hotel is wheelchair accessible. Please contact the organizers for any additional accessibility requirements by March 21.

ABOUT MYSEUM
Myseum is a museum of Toronto, a celebration of the evolution of our communities, cultures, and urban and natural spaces. Its aim is to bring about a deeper, more personal understanding and appreciation of all that is Toronto. Myseum Intersections is an annual festival in March of exhibits showcasing different perspectives of the city's natural, cultural, and historic diversity.
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