Day of Action : Racial Justice

Racial Justice and creating opportunities for BIPOC LGBTQ+ people is a fundamental priority of the New Haven Pride Center.

The second of 2021’s Days of Action will take place the weekend before Juneteenth on Sunday, June 13th, and is dedicated to the diverse needs and struggles of LGBTQ+ Black, Indegenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). This mini-conference will aim to directly combat racism in the LGBTQ+ community through discussion, group learning, and artistic perspectives.

This program is presented in partnership with the International Festival of Arts & Ideas.

 

Goals of the 2021 Day of Action : Racial Justice in the Queer Community
  • Bringing together the community and listening to the unique experiences of LGBTQ+ BIPOC people.
  • Amplifying the voices of LGBTQ+ BIPOC creators and organizers at the forefront of movements for our collective liberation.
  • Forging connections between different segments of the LGBTQ+ BIPOC community, creating a more interconnected community.
  • Celebrate the rich diversity of our community and begin the important and ongoing work of addressing individual biases.

Program Curator

Patrick Dunn (he/him)
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Thank You to Our Sponsors

Schedule of Programs

Opening and Welcome

10:00a | Live on facebook and YouTube

Panel

10:30a | Live on facebook and YouTube

Panel

12:00p | Live on facebook and YouTube

Track 1 Workshop

1:30p | Live on Zoom

Track 2 Workshop

1:30p | Live on Zoom

Track 1 Workshop

3:00p | Live on Zoom

Track 2 Workshop

3:00p | Live on Zoom

Keynote

5:00p | Live on Zoom

Performance Program

6:30p | Live on Zoom