Beyond Walls and Cages: Prisons, Borders, and Global Crisis was released by the University of Georgia Press. This collection of essays, edited by Jenna Loyd, Matt Mitchelson, and Andrew Burridge, brings together organizers, researchers, and journalists to develop abolitionist, no borders, and decolonial strategies for social justice and liberation. The cover for the book is [...]
Pride at Work/HAVOQ works in coalition with local immigrants rights groups fighting to uphold San Francisco’s sanctuary city and stop federal collaboration with local law enforcement. We also stand together against the violence that the militarization of the border and government agencies does to our communities.
In March 2011, we released a document called Undoing Borders that explores the intersections of queer and im/migrant experience and action. Visit http://www.sfprideatwork.org/undoing-borders/ for a copy of Undoing Borders.
On February 4th, the Alliance for Global Justice released the first of a series of lessons examining the deadly impacts of the militarization of the US/Mexico border region. The Border Militarization Study Guide is a series of 12 units, released weekly. Each lesson includes a Preface, Video and/or Audio Testimony, Feature Articles, Discussion and [...]
On February 1st, Oakland will begin to issue municipal IDs. Like San Francisco’s program, these city-issued identification cards will be available to city residents regardless of federal immigration status or housing status, and do not require people to list their sex or gender. Additionally, Oakland’s card is the first of its kind to also function [...]
You’re Invited! … to the next CAFECITO organized by our friends at EL/la! – Come and participate in a workshop about transgender and gender identity, lead by members of El/la – Potluck style, so everyone is encourage to bring a dish, beverage or dessert to share – The conversation will be in Spanish with translation [...]
Please join us for our 6th Annual Variety Show and Fundraiser to support all of the work we do. Dancing, live music, burlesque, drag, gay haircuts, delicious food, raffle, and more!
The Allied Media Conference offers hands-on trainings and strategy sessions in a wide-range of media practices. This year, for the 14th annual Allied Media Conference, five of us trekked to Detroit to attend the conference and present on Fabulosity and our various media work. Check out the livestream/ recording of much of our talk below! [...]
The House on the Hill and members of HAVOQ/SF Pride at Work’s Migrant Justice Working Group present: This is what Fabulous(ity)* looks like! A Queer Community Fundraiser (Help send HAVOQ to the AMC!) Fabulousity is putting our radical politics into practice, taking care of one another, and redefining family as something we create through [...]
If you’re in the south bay, come hear members of HAVOQ present Undoing Borders and Julio Salgado present his work with Dreamers Adrift and the UndocuQueer poster project. The presentation will be from 8pm- 9:30pm on Stanford Campus at El Centro Chicano. Free & Open to the Public.
The Mission Loca@l has some great photos of our Mayday march! By: Molly Roy & Neil Nag | May 1, 2012 – 1:51 pm http://missionlocal.org/2012/05/protesters-march-for-immigrants-right/?utm_source=todaysmission&utm_medium=sidebar&utm_campaign=house_tmsidebar
International Workers Day has always been one of our favorite holidays– for some of us it’s about celebrating the collective power we hold when we recognize the value of the work we do– paid or unpaid, visible or not. For some of us it’s about standing together as immigrants and allies, documented and undocumented, and [...]