Trouble Girls (cailíní trioblóideacha) is a zine based on research regarding the protests of the female prisoners of the Armagh Gaol during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Three speakers will present on the topic of women's bodies. Free zines!
JAMIE ALEXANDER is a Baltimore based poet & activist. She is the on staff writer for the Baltimore Transgender Alliance & the curator for the instagram @gendermuseum.
BRITTANY OLIVER is is a race and gender justice activist and the founding director of Not Without Black Women, a political movement with the goal of uplifting Black women's voices. She has also served as the former police accountability coordinator at the ACLU of Maryland and as the former co-director of Hollaback! Baltimore.
ROSEMARY LISS is an artist whose work concerns installations involving textiles and organic matter. As part of her practice, she has participated in several chef residencies, collaborated with New America Diner and Bar Clavel, and more recently undertaken a food culture residency at the Stables in Dublin, Ireland.
This event is sponsored a Winter Research Grant through the Program for the Study for Women, and Gender, and Sexuality at Johns Hopkins University.