Still I Rise

STILL I RISE: 10yrs of Safety4Sisters

Saturday 21st September at Tribeca from 9pm

Pay As You Feel (Suggested Donation £5)

~CELEBRATING~ the work of S4S and the voices of migrant BAME* women ~FUNDRAISING~ some cash to help us keep going
~CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING~ so we can keep fighting for the rights of migrant BAME women

We have amazing women on decks: × Abena playing a lovely mix of highlife, afrobeat and funk × Kiana playing all the classic Disco, Funk and Soul as well as Iranian Disco by Iranian women! × And DJ Mix Stress playing old school hip hop and RnB, accompanied with a helping of soulful housey vibes Thanks so much to our DJs for donating their time to the event. Abena and Kiana hail from All Hands On Deck, the Manchester-based DJ collective running open deck parties for women, trans and non-binary people and DJ Mix-Stress runs RebeccaNeverBecky an event organisation and collective which showcases and celebrates established, new and emerging BAME, LGBT+ & QTIPOC Manchester DJs, Creatives & Artists.

All women have the right to live a life free from violence. Safety4Sisters works to support migrant women across the North West who have experienced gender-based violence and who have no recourse to public funds or state benefits. We secure greater protection, safety and support for migrant women through campaigning and action. We run a group bringing together migrant women for support, community and consciousness raising, and we provide advocacy, emergency accommodation and essentials where necessary.

The women Safety4Sisters work with are often destitute, have been turned away from mainstream domestic violence refuge and are marginalised by society because of their race, gender and immigration status. They are strong and intelligent, loving and resourceful and they are at the centre of everything we do. Safety4Sisters will be on hand to share information about their work and will be showing a short 10th anniversary film.
*Black and Asian women and women of minority ethnicity in the UK