Herstory Café: Margaret Mitchell

Herstory Café: Margaret Mitchell

Wednesday, April 30th, 7:00pm

Herstory Café presents Margaret Mitchell OBC, social activist and former NDP MP for Vancouver East (1979-1993). Mitchell talks about her new autobiography “No Laughing Matter, Adventures, Activism & Politics.”  She took on the hard issues including: violence against women, redress for Head Tax payers, community development, housing and welfare. Book signing follows with book proceeds to the Margaret Mitchell Fund for Women.  http://www.herstorycafe.ca/

Free, drop-in only, limited seating so come early.

@ Rhizome Cafe

Café * Community Space * Arts Venue

Where we are: 317 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC, Coast Salish Territory

For more information: 604-872-3166  http://www.rhizomecafe.ca/  rhizome@rhizomecafe.ca  


When we’re open:
Tuesdays:  4pm to 10pm
Wednesdays and Thursdays: 11am to 10pm 
Fridays 11am to midnight 
Saturdays 10am to midnight (brunch from 10 to 3; kitchen closed 3-5)
Sundays 10am to 3pm (and often also from 4:30 to 7:00 when we have a Family Sunday event scheduled) 

A note on our name:

In the botanical sense, a rhizome is a root system that some plants (like lilies and orchids and ginger and bamboo) use to spread themselves about.  While the roots of most plants point generally downward, the rhizome is a horizontal root system that runs parallel to the surface of the ground.  The plant sends shoots up from nodes in the rhizome, creating what look like many separate plants.  These seemingly unrelated individuals are actually all connected, through a system that’s not immediately visible to the eye.