Sisters With Invoices - 1 Year Anniversary

$5 suggested donation

Sister With Invoices is celebrating its one year anniversary in appreciation of its community with a decolonized vegan dinner & cocktails, as well as a conversation* with unapologetically punk, independent Black non-binary + femme creatives from LA and the Bay Area.

Conversationalists include:
Davia Spain
Jasmine Nyende
Justice Singleton
The House of Malico
The Uhuruverse

The evening will also feature:

  • Opening mediation performed by Davia Spain
  • Vegan decolonized bites by Chef Camila Casañas
  • Indigenous experimental Black house music by Shade (they/them/their)
  • Vegan desert by Madeline & Pearl Bakery
  • Un-Limited Time - by Queens D. Light, creative directed by Sasha Kelley
  • The premiere of the official SWI podcast

Following this event at NAVEL, an afterparty will take place in collaboration with Twerk 4 Mother Earth x Nubian Westhood at a undisclosed private location from 10PM - 4AM. Tickets are sliding scale - $15 - $20 and available for purchase here. #T4ME encourages our selectors to steer away from misogyny, transphobic and abusive themes.

*Please note: This conversation will be recorded for our podcast.

Participant Bios

THE UHURUVERSE (he/they/them) is the founder, electric guitarist + vocalist of Fuck U Pay Us (FUPU), performance artist and founder of SNATCHPOWER - a post-apocalyptic, Afro futuristic femme liberationist artist collective.

JASMINE NYENDE is the lead singer of Fuck U Pay Us ( FUPU ). She is a community organizer, founder of Common Threads + multidisciplinary artist. Her practice involves textiles, poetry, sculpture, and video.

(You can support / listen to FUPU - FUCK U PAY US by clicking here.

JUSTICE SINGLETON is a South Central LA based director, writer, comedienne, founder of Justify Writers group & Justice Served productions.

DAVIA SPAIN is a performance artist, filmmaker and educator currently working with music, screenwriting and movement.

THE HOUSE OF MALICO founders Queens D. Light + Sasha Kelley: The House Of Malico is a West Oakland based collective and creative hub offering contemporary art, production services and public programs. They are also the creators of Twerk 4 Mother Earth - a party that has very specific intentions to curate a safe(r) space for: QTIPOC and BIPOC communities by promoting consent culture in nightlife.