Toward Racial Justice explores race and the LGBTQ community. Thursday May 13 at 7pm.
About this Event
42% of LGBTQ adults in the United States identify as people of color and as the national discussion around racial equality grows, many individuals are facing challenging conversations with people who are uninformed about race, identity or the intersection of both.
During this discussion, we’ll examine some of the needs and challenges faced by LGBTQ communities of color such as discrimination in the workforce, within the LGBTQ community itself and address some of the unique obstacles LGBTQ youth of color are dealing with live on WITF’s YouTube channel and Facebook page.
Amanda Carter – Site Director, GLO Harrisburg, LGBT Center of Central PA, View her bio
Share your personal experiences or ask questions that we can address during this conversation. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or share your story using #RacialJusticePA.
Our goal is to to elevate underrepresented voices with special emphasis on giving young people a platform to discuss their views. Race and racism are uncomfortable topics. Our objective is to help serve as a catalyst for change by bringing people together to discuss possible solutions and inspire collective action.
The entire series will be live streamed and recorded so those unable to attend can watch, listen and share. Visit witf.org/racialjustice to watch past conversations and find additional resources.
(Thursday) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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