Monday, January 19, 2015

3rd Anniversary #VulnerabilityVigils in Victoria and Vancouver Saturday, Jan 24, 1-2 pm

Vulnerability Vigils started on January 1, 2012. 

Performance artist/activist Tasha Diamant stands naked in public at least once a month for an hour. Diamant describes her work in many ways but for simplicity's sake her key purpose is to share and create space for vulnerability. (In a gesture of gentleness to those affronted by public nudity, Diamant and her supporters hold a sign with the extinction symbol on it.)

Tasha Diamant will hold a #VulnerabilityVigil at the
Corner of Yates and Government
Saturday, January 24
1-2 PM (or as long as weather allows)

Emma Cooper will hold a #VulnerabilityVigil at the
Vancouver Art Gallery
Robson Street side 
Saturday, Jan. 24
1-2 PM (or as long as weather allows)

Anyone anywhere can also hold a #VulnerabilityVigil. 

More information on #VulnerabilityVigils.

Here's a great video with Erykah Badu, which totally aligns with some of the values of #VulnerabilityVigils (thanks to Emma Cooper for sharing it):

Here's the music video Badu is talking about:

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