WHAT: Benefit Film Screening
WHEN: 8pm sharp, Saturday, December 8th, 2018
WHERE: The Base – 1302 Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11221 (directions below)
NOTE: The Base is on the ground floor, is wheelchair accessible, and has a gender neutral toilet.
COST: Free (This is a benefit, though, so bring your wallet)Join NYC ABC and Page One for a benefit screening of The Gentleman Bank Robber. This short documentary tells the story of rita bo brown, a working-class butch from rural Oregon, an anti-authoritarian, anti-capitalist, ex-prisoner and member of the militant, underground George Jackson Brigade, active in the 1970s in the Pacific Northwest.
In the summer of 2016, bo was diagnosed with Lewy Body Dimentia, a terminal neurodegenerative disease. There is an active call for donations to support bo’s in-home medical care. We will pass the hat to collect cash donations if preferred. To donate directly, and to spread this campaign please visit the GoFundMe: gf.me/u/ndbkn6
Getting to The Base is simple:
From the M Train:
Central Avenue Stop: Walk east on Myrtle Avenue (away from Hart Street, toward Cedar Street). We’re about two blocks down on the south side of the street.
Knickerbocker Avenue Stop: Walk west on Myrtle Avenue (away from Harman Street, toward Himrod Street). We’re about three blocks down on the south side of the street.
From the L Train:
DeKalb Avenue Stop: Walk south on Stockholm Street (away from Wyckoff Avenue, toward Irving Avenue). We’re about four blocks down, at the intersection of Stockholm Street and Myrtle Avenue.
From the J Train:
Myrtle Avenue Stop: Transfer to the M train and follow the above directions.