Queer Town Hall: BIPOC Pride
Tune in this Tuesday, June 30 at noon on YouTube Live (https://www.youtube.com/
During Pride month, it’s important to remember that Pride started as a riot against injustice, led by Black transgender women. Now, as thousands are in the street continuing the fight against system racism and oppression, we’re bringing Black and Indigenous LGBTQ community members together to hear about what Pride means to them.
Please note: we are trying the noon hour again for this Queer Town Hall!
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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 Tuesdays. 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!