FIERCE LOVE: Stories from Black Gay Life
Sat, Feb 26, 7:00 PM
Rarig Hall, Thrust Theater
330 21st Ave, Mpls
For one night only! Tongues Untied: GLBTQ People of Color Discussion Group (see below for more detail) presents Fierce Love. Local director Harry Waters Jr. takes on the courageous task of reviving and adapting the forgotten piece with various gay black men from the Twin Cities. Fierce Love presents a human side to the lives of black gay men, which the mainstream media misrepresents.
Sponsored by the GLBTA Programs Office, Queer Student Cultural Center, Black Student Union, and Coca-Cola. Present your student ID and pay what you can. $7 without a student ID. Proceeds go to Twin Cities Black Pride and the African American Aids Task Force. For more info, contact Jason Jackson, Twin Cities Black Pride officer and GLBTA Programs Office intern, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Tongues Untied: GLBTQ People of Color Discussions
Monthly on 1st & 3rd Thursdays (new day)
from 4:00-6:00 PM
Appleby Hall 41
Queer People of Color (QPOC) is back on campus, under a new name: Tongues Untied! Join us for bi-monthly discussions with other GLBTQ Students of Color and FREE FOOD! With the growing population of GLBTQ students, staff & faculty of color on predominately white and heteronormative college campuses, we see the need to create a space we can call our own to discuss issues that affect us, and have respectful open discussions concerning the intersections of race, gender and sexual identity. Undergraduate and graduate students, staff, faculty, community members -- all are welcome! Meetings will be held every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month in Appleby Hall 41. Now open to white allies, though QPOC voices will be prioritized. For more info, contact Jason Jackson email@example.com. Check us out on our Facebook page!