by Alexandra Ketchum
If you've attended even a few events, you know that they are often exclusive affairs, prioritizing the majority and those in power. But what about everyone else? This manual trains promoters and venues to create safety of all kinds to be inclusive. Any music, art, or community space theoretically wants to make the world a better place. And now they can learn how!
About the Author:
Dr. Alex Ketchum is the Faculty Lecturer at the Institute for Gender, Sexuality and Feminist Studies at McGill University. Ketchum is committed to accessible publishing practices. She is the founder of The Feminist Restaurant Project; the co-founder and editor of The Historical Cooking Project; a website dedicated to food studies scholarship; the co-founder of Food, Feminism, and Fermentation; and the author of How to DIY A Feminist Restaurant. She was co-manager of an organic farm from 2008-2012 and has worked on organic farms in Ireland and France. In 2009, she founded Farm House in Middletown, Connecticut, a living community dedicated to food politics work that continues today.