Words & Guitars is back with a benefit to help the fine people atwww.weracket.com an organization dedicated to taking the shame out of periods.

The lineup is stacked full of talent and you know you don’t want to miss it!

Left In The Attic– rock n roll from the Bronx
Chanese ElifĂ©– indie urban-pop singer/songwriter full of heart
Emily Angell– pop-folk singer/songwriter with a country flair
Four Eyes– NYC/NJ pop punk awesomeness
Vivian Aladren– singer songwriter from NJ

$10 gets you in with a portion of the proceeds to go directly to Racket. We also encourage you to bring menstrual hygeine products for donation if you can, all who donate will get discounted admission plus fun merch packs with lots of band stickers and original artwork from Kate Hoos

506 5th Avenue, Park Slope BK
F G R to 4th Avenue

Racket’s Mission Statement:

RACKET. thinks that all people deserve a shame-free relationship to their periods regardless of socioeconomic circumstances. We aim to redefine menstrual hygiene products as essential; to provide menstruating people access to these products; and to encourage an open dialogue about menstruation, thereby transforming a historically taboo subject into one that connects communities.

Our Work:

RACKET. is fighting for people who menstruate on many different fronts. We regularly partner with organizations, businesses, Broadway shows, bands, churches, and shelters to run drives to collect menstrual hygiene products to distribute to people with limited access. Additionally we partner with journalists and activists to help publicize their work in the field of menstruation and gender equality.