We are planning the second Sudbury Workers Education And Advocacy Centre Workers Cafe – Open Mic. On June 30th at 1 pm join us in person at the Sudbury Main Public Library downstairs in Room 1!
This is a free family-friendly event open to all members of the public to learn more about workers’ rights and take the stage to share poems, stories, songs, skits, monologues, and much more.
Our theme for Sudbury will focus on “Summer Work”, We aim to highlight the voices of workers who wish to share experiences of summer jobs, placements, and opportunities, both past and present while also sharing resources, support, and opportunities to fight for workers rights at work.
Artists are encouraged to sign-up and RSVP in advance here.
Participants can RSVP here.
This event is in partnership with the authors and writers at TAIBU UBUNTU’s Writing Group and My Essence of Mind Outreach Mental Health Programs and many other local Sudbury organizations. We will have more surprise Guest Speakers revealed soon, such as Sudbury’s very own Poet Laureate!
There will be prizes and local swag giveaways to be won –
If you have something else to say? As this is a worker’s cafe – mic drop, there is always an open category!
Interested in sharing your talent?
We are on the lookout for artists and performers who are interested in sharing their art either through zoom or in person. Please do not hesitate to reach out and sign-up today!
Unsure? We will be accepting performances on the day of, simply let an organizer know upon your arrival.
Check out more info on our Facebook here.
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