Web enquiries and everything else (as of yet)

agitate_ottawa (at) yahoo (dot) ca

Yahoo groups:

agitate-suscribe (at) yahoogroups (dot) com


  1. I coordinate the Ottawa Police Service GLBT Liaison Committee and I am looking for someone to facilitate a workshop on intersectionality issues as it relates to intimate partner violence in the GLBT Community. Can you please advise me of who you think could do this,/ might be interested and how I would contact them.

    Thanks so much

  2. I wanted to make sure that the following was made available to your group:

    “The Ottawa Police Service Liaison Committee for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Communities is putting together a booklet about the committee itself as well as the Ottawa Police Service.

    In order to give the best quality of service to the GLBT community we are putting together a focus group to review the booklet before publication. We are seeking the widest range of diversity in our community to draw from. People of all gender minorities, sexual minorities, cultures, religions, sexes and both official languages are encouraged.

    The focus group will be e-mailed a draft copy of the booklet along with a small number of questions in order to get your feedback.

    If you are interested in participating in this focus group please contact the committee’s Community Co-chair James Bromilow
    ( ) before Monday July 13th, 2009″

    Also it would be great if you could add our website to your list of links.

  3. Hello Beautiful People

    REC Hall and Womyns Centre is looking to hold an event similar to an event you held in August:
    Queer / Two Spirit / Trans Writers of Colour and Indigenous Writers refuse to be written out!
    An exciting reading event and panel of writers and poets in celebration of Pride. Often writers of marginalized identities face challenges in presenting and publishing their own points of view coupled with the threat of their voices being tokenized and co-opted in the process. Featuring both emerging and established writers from Ottawa and beyond, this panel will explore issues of representation, intersectionality and how identity and experience are expressed in the writers’ craft.
    Hoping we could do something similar on our campus, perhaps closer to January and looking for input and speakers
    Talk soon,

    Kandace Price & Yasmine Abu-Ayyash
    Programming and Administrative Coordinators
    Womyn’s Centre
    308 Unicentre
    1125 Colonel By Drive
    Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6
    Tel: 520-2712
    Fax: 520-3704

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