I’ll be going to the one in LA. You can join me singing “I Can’t Keep Quiet” with MILCK, see details here.
There are other marches going on simultaneously in the country.
From the LA Pride Project:
On Sunday, June 11th we will march from Hollywood, where LA Pride was born in 1970 to West Hollywood, where LA Pride grew up. Instead of a parade celebrating our past progress, we are requesting that our entire LGBTQ+ community and its allies march to ensure our collective futures. Our march will be taking place in solidarity with and on the same day as the National Equality March for Unity and Pride in Washington DC.
We simply felt that in 2017 we need to return to our roots and protest so that those who would roll back our hard won human rights are put on notice that we will not stand idly by. This is the founding premise of Christopher Street West. This march is for those who believe that America’s strength is its diversity. This is not a democratic or republican march. It is not a red or blue march. This is a red, white and blue march meant for anyone who cares about human rights. On Sunday, June 11th our unique, diverse, inter-sectional voices will come together in one harmonized voice.
We want you to join us.
When people enter the “real world,” they’re often faced with the harsh reality that high school and college didn’t quite prepare them for the daily grind of adult life. Why weren’t there classes on how to plan meals for the week or how to decode body language, instead of that dreaded math elective? Comic book artist Yumi Sakugawa offers the perfect reference guide for these know-hows—plus loads of other tips for improving your life—in The Little Book of Life Hacks: How to Make Your Life Happier, Healthier, and More Beautiful. Complete with Yumi’s unique hand-drawn illustrations accompanying every clever tip, The Little Book of Life Hacks will having you living easier in no time.
Yumi divides her everyday survival guide into seven sections: DIY Beautiful; Staying Runway Ready; Design your Dream Pad; Domestic Diva; Feed Yourself; Social Butterfly; and Love Your Body, Love Your Mind. Tips and tricks run the gamut from looking and feeling better to streamlining your home life and creating fun DIY projects that can brighten your space. Inspired by her popular “Secret Yumiverse” tips originally posted on WonderHowTo.com, some of Yumi’s practical + fun life hacks include:
- How to do a workout at home without a gym membership
- Weird tricks to outsmart your bad mood
- 12 awesome kitchen hacks for your next cooking adventure
- How to clean your dry-clean clothes without going to the dry cleaner
- 5 DIY treatments for your bad hair days
The Little Book of Life Hacks is the perfect gift for recent graduates, young professionals or anyone looking to make their life a little happier, healthier, and more beautiful.
Praise for The Little Books of Life Hacks
“Exquisitely heartwarming, Yumi’s illustrations bring to life her charming, thoughtful advice. I’m left feeling enchanted and more than a little bit wiser.”—Roshani Chokshi, New York Times bestselling author of The Star-Touched Queen
“Packed with artfully illustrated DIYs—including healthy beauty ideas—that help you look and feel your best. Fun and genius all at once.”—Jolene Hart, author of Eat Pretty
Yumi Sakugawa is an Ignatz Awards nominated comic book artist and author of I Think I Am In Friend-Love With You, Your Illustrated Guide To Becoming One With The Universe, and There Is No Right Way to Meditate: And Other Lessons. Her comics have appeared in BuzzFeed, The Believer, Bitch, The Best American Non-required Reading 2014, The Rumpus, Folio, Fjords Review, and other publications. A graduate from the fine art program of University of California, Los Angeles, Yumi lives in Los Angeles.
Krista Suh is a writer, artist, feminist, Hollywood screenwriter, and creator of The Pussyhat Project. She’s based in Los Angeles. She wants to make the world a safer place for women and to help everyone validate their own creativity, femininity, and intuition. Krista likes to think of herself as Yumi’s best friend and muse.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017 – 7:30pm
1818 N Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90027
Learn more at skylightbooks.com.
Join Krista Suh and Yumi Sakugawa in a discussion, Q&A, and short reading as they share their life experiences and foster creativity for change!
Songwriter and vocalist MILCK will be joining Krista and Yumi to form a powerful trio this Tuesday!!!
Yumi Sakugawa is an Ignatz-Awards nominated comic book artist and the author of I Think I Am In Friend-Love With You, Your Illustrated Guide to Becoming One with the Universe, and The Little Book of Life Hacks: How To Make Your Life Happier, Healthier and More Beautiful.
Krista Suh is a Los Angeles-based writer, artist, feminist, Hollywood screenwriter, and creator of The Pussyhat Project. She wants to make the world a safer place for women and to help everyone validate their own creativity, femininity, and intuition.
MILCK is a musician based in Los Angeles. Her viral single “Quiet” has been hailed as the unofficial anthem of the Women’s March. Her songs have also been featured on hit TV shows as The Royals, Empire and Marco Polo.
May is both Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and Mental Health Month, so please join us as we discuss topics relating to each cause.
Doors will open at 6:45pm in Court of Sciences 76 (CS76)
I Can’t Keep Quiet Day in NYC. My dear friend MILCK and AG wrote I Can’t Keep Quiet, which inspired numerous performances around the world. Wear your Pussyhat as we take part in a sing-a-long flash mob for the viral anthem, I Can’t Keep Quiet.
Fun fact: I’ve been taking voice lessons with Claire McKeown!
Krista is a feminist, artist, Hollywood screenwriter, and creator of The Pussyhat Project. She's based in Los Angeles. She wants to make the world a safer place for women and to help everyone validate their own creativity, femininity, and intuition.