First Public Statement of The Jewish Renaissance Boxing Club – Vienna:
Introductory lecture-performance
addressing
the references, goals, and questions of The Jewish Renaissance Boxing Club Vienna,
followed by informal discussion and workshop, with Zsuzsi Flohr, Tatiana
KaiBrowne,
Veronica Lion, Sarah Mendelsohn

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.896230507135377.1073741881.118414524916983&type=3

Exploring Alliances and Breakages Between Queerness,
Jewishness and Sports

Sporty Lecture-performance
by Marty Huber (performer, writer, theorist, and queer
activist)

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.897703036988124.1073741889.118414524916983&type=3

Wiener Zeitung
Der etwas andere jüdische Rahmen
Von Alexia Weiss

http://www.wienerzeitung.at/nachrichten/wien/stadtpolitik/776240_Der-etwas-andere-juedische-Rahmen.html

Feministisch-queeres Boxen bei Wienwoche

http://wien.orf.at/m/news/stories/2726590/

Radio Grille
Zu hören auf Orange 94.0

Radio Cricket – jewish, queer, boxing – 11/2015

The Jewish Renaissance Boxing Club – Vienna
...revitalizes histories of Jewish cultural and community life through boxing, critical political discourse and performance.
In September 2015 a Series of events took place at wienwoche 2015. Boxtrainings, Lectures, Performances and Workshops were organised by the group.

+++ Cut-outs of the First Public Statement of The Jewish Renaissance Boxing Club – Vienna
+++ Interview with Zsuzsi Flohr of the JRBCV

The Jewish Renaissance Boxing Club – Vienna are Zsuzsi Flohr, Tatiana Kai-Browne, Veronica Lion and Sarah Mendelsohn

“… because it is really nice in a community doing something together practical and we didn't want to cook.”
Zsuzsi Flohr

http://cba.fro.at/302111

The Jewish Renaissance Boxing Club  photo credit Michael Krebs 2015