This month's theme: The Spy Who Inspired Me with the Broad Room
Feminists are intelligent, cunning, funny, and sometimes- super sneaky. This month we're slipping on some slinky state secrets and raising a glass to history's finest femme fatales, the sirens of the secret service, and the alluring agents of yore. Are we drinking Vesper Martinis? Absolutely not, eat your heart out James Bond.
This event is part of the Broads to Watch Series. Every few months The Broad Room gets together to highlight broads working as activists and advocating for progressive change, who embody the mission and values of The Broad Room. Their final networking event of 2019 will feature your favorite broads- the hosts of Nevertheless She Existed, Kylie Holloway & Molly Gaebe. Our podcast and live show tell the stories of erased womxn from history—one bad bitch at a time.
We’ll kick off the evening at 5:30pm with an intimate broads-only discussion on the creation of the podcast and what inspires these two brilliant artists (awww shucks). We'll pregame our feminist party with a happy half hour at 6:30 and kick off the show at 7!
Anna Cain Bianco
Nevertheless She Existed: the Women They Don't Want You to Know About is the shameless feminist party you've been waiting for. Each month a lineup of female storytellers, comedians, and historians join forces to share the stories of some of the greatest women the world has ever known (but history erased). We're cracking open the history books and throwing in some feminism- one bad bitch at a time.
Doors: 5:00pm/ Show: 5:30pm
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Events are 21+
Venue is mixed seating and standing-room: arrive early to get a good seat!
REFUND POLICY: Tickets maybe be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.
About The Broad Room:
The Broad Room is an activist training camp for young womxn and gender non-binary folks. We educate and empower broads with the resources needed to take sustained action and organize on the causes, candidates, and issues they believe in. Every step of the way, we’re applying the skills we learn and taking action together—because we know being passively against something isn’t enough. The Broad Room isn’t a physical location—it’s a nod toward our goal: to build spaces where broads feel comfortable to speak up, teach one another, and fight back!