Friday March 3 honors 5A/5B and all who passed through the doors of the first AIDS unit at SF General Hospital. It became a model of patient focused multi-disciplinary care worldwide. At the request of staff, donation to The AIDS Memorial Grove. http://www.aidsmemorial.org/
Saturday March 4 co- hosted by Charlie Varon benefits the Water Protectors Legal Collective/NODAPL, providing legal support for the water protectors at Standing Rock. https://waterprotectorlegal.org/
Friday March 10 benefits Sojourn Chaplaincy a ministry for patients with HIV/AIDS founded in 1982. Today, Sojourn provides services to all San Francisco General Hospital patients seeking emotional support.
Saturday March 11 co-hosted by Keith Hennessy benefits El/La Para TransLatinas, an organization that works to build collective vision and action to promote TransLatina survival and quality of life in the San Francisco Bay area.
Friday March 17 co hosted by Brad Erickson benefits a new Theatre Bay Area project on Art and Activism.
Saturday March 18 co hosted by and benefits The Encampment for Citizenship, an immersion experience in participatory democracy for youth from cities and suburbs, from rural reservations, small towns, big towns, north, south, east, and west. http://encampmentforcitizenship.org/
Friday March 24 hosted by and benefits Shoutout 2017- Shoutout2017 the voice of a movement is a living art piece. Begun as a student response to the Trump presidency, it has become a quilt project that will tour the US, representing the voices of our precious and too often vulnerable youth. https://shoutoutvoiceofamovement.wordpress.com/
March 25 benefits Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay's Refugee Resettlement program, which resettles Afghan, Iraqi, Iranian, Syrian, and other refugees in the East Bay and has a specialized program for resettling LGBT refugees, mostly from African and Middle Eastern countries. http://jfcs-eastbay.org/
Friday March 31 co hosted by Good Time Fixins https://www.goodtimefixins.com/
for PLANNED PARENTHOOD https://www.plannedparenthood.org/
Saturday April 1 benefits Still Here San Francisco amplifying the voices and experiences of Queer/LGBTQI people raised in San Francisco. Still Here disrupts the assumption that everyone in San Francisco is from somewhere else and exposes essential narratives about coming out, loss, HIV/AIDS, class and economic disparity, and the meaning of home and family in a “gay mecca.”
Friday April 7 co hosted by and benefits Breast Cancer Action. We are fiercely independent and you can count on us to be an outspoken and fearless watchdog for women’s health.
Earlier this Year
The Marsh Berkeley
September 15 - October 15 2016
Intrepid Fringe Festival 2016, Victoria, BC
August 25 - September 3, 2016
The Annual Assembly AAHPM & HPNA, Chicago, Illinois
Friday March 11, 2016 - 4:30pm
Marsh Rising @ The Marsh, San Francisco
Wednesday May 4, 2016 - 7:30pm