Queer Town Hall: QTPOC Artists & COVID
Tune in this Tuesday, June 2 at 6 p.m. on YouTube Live (https://www.youtube.com/user/BasicRights) for our live captioned Queer Town Hall featuring queer and trans people of color who are local and national artists.
Creativity and artistry can bring us together as a community, keeping us motivated and centered during a pandemic and beyond. Yet for some, creative work has been difficult and slow-moving during such a stressful time. Tune in to hear from our panelists about the work they’re doing and experience their incredible artistry during mini-performances:
-D’Lo, a Transgender, queer, Tamil Sri Lankan-American actor, writer, and comedian: https://www.dlocokid.com/
-Lakeeyscia, a Seattle & Portland-area poet, writer, and musician: Instagram: @candid.ramblings
-Lucas Smith, a Portland-area artist
Sign up to get reminders when the Queer Town Hall goes live. When you engage with the Queer Town Hall by asking a question during the livestream, you’ll be entered to win a Protect Trans Kids tote bag:
Contributions make the Queer Town Hall possible. Donate here: https://bit.ly/qth_give
About the Queer Town Hall
In an effort to develop community and stay connected and informed during these trying times, Basic Rights Oregon has set up weekly Queer Town Hall on Tuesday nights starting at 6 p.m. Streaming live on YouTube, we’ll be speaking with a wide variety of experts on issues that matter most to you, including healthcare, housing, employment, discrimination, and more. It’s your chance to ask your questions and have your voice heard, so join in!