Filmmaker Ellen Marie Hinchciffe, Jammin’ & Jambalaya for Gender Justice & 30 Bands for 30 Hours! on Fresh Fruit, Thur. Oct. 17 at 7pm

Join Dixie Treichel & John Townsend on Fresh Fruit, Thursday, Oct. 17 at 7pm with guests: Ellen Marie HinchcliffeLisa Stratton & Jill Gaulding and Mick Sterling & Mike Meyer



Ellen Marie Hinchciffe, Filmmaker

Thought Woman- The Life and Ideas of Paula Gunn Allen is a World Premiere by filmmakker Ellen Marie Hinchciffe. Hinchcliffe is a poet, filmmaker, performer, loving Auntie and daughter. Her work is about ancestors, spirit, politics, contradictions, humor, confronting white supremacy and always about healing. The film features music from Sharon Day, Neeconis Woman Singers and Paula's daughter Lauralee Brown. Paula Gunn Allen was a Two Spirit woman from the Laguna Pueblo people and also of Lebanese and European descent. She wrote the groundbreaking book The Sacred Hoop- Recovering the Feminine in American Indian Traditions as well as novels, essays, poetry and literary criticism. She was brilliant, hilarious, an out lesbian, complex and was an important, bold thinker about history, spirit and how to heal the personal and the planet.

November 1, 2013 at 7:30pm, Pangea World Theater



Lisa Stratton & Jill Gaulding, Lawyers, Gender Justice Founders

Jammin’ & Jambalaya for Gender Justice

Special guest, Richard Carlbom and music by the Roe Family Singers

Gender Justice addresses the causes and consequences of gender inequality, both locally and nationally through three interconnected program areas: impact litigation, policy work, and public education and training. Each program area highlights the central role of cognitive bias - the subtle but pervasive ways that stereotypes affect our perceptions, decision, and preferences - as a cause of inequality.

Oct 25 2013, 5-7pm at Betty Foliards Party Room, 110 Bank, St SE, 2nd Fl Minneapolis


Mick Sterling, Founder and Director, The 30 Days Foundation

Mike Meyer, Community Relations Manager, Avenues for Homeless Youth

30 Bands for 30 Hours!

The 30 Days Foundation and Avenues for Homeless Youth collaborate in a special event.

Thirty area bands will play every hour on the hour from 6pm Tuesday, October 29 through midnight, October 30. Admittance is free and everyone is welcome to attend. Once inside, you'll find several ways to support both the hosting organizations -- The 30 Days Foundation and Avenues for Homeless Youth. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. The 30 Days Foundation is a unique and streamlined foundation that exists solely to help people facing real life financial crisis. Avenues for Homeless Youth, including the GLBTQ Host Home Program, provides emergency shelter, short-term housing and supportive services for homeless youth in a safe and nurturing environment.

Oct 29-30, 2013, Icehouse Restaurant, 2528 Nicollet Ave., Minneapolis.