It's that time again - drum roll please - time for Bed-Stuy Pride on August 11th, 2019! Our 9th annual Bed-Stuy Pride will be back at Herbert Von King Park, but we need community to make it as beautiful as it is year after year.
Bring your rattles, maracas, and revolutionary spirit! We will take up time and space together in a rally and march for gender liberation. Join TransJustice in uplifting our New York City Communities of Color as we champion policy goals for advancing housing equity for Trans and Gender Non-Conforming in New York City.
March Kick-Off at 5:00 PM from Garibaldi Plaza.
In the fight back spirit of the Stonewall Riots of 1969, mobilize with the Audre Lorde Project on Saturday June 8th, at the Brooklyn Pride Twilight March! Join our resistance contingent with our movement allies, our community- as we take back the streets and joyfully resist the corporatization and policing of pride while building safety for our people!
Ya'll know what it is... The duty to love and protect each other is a priority for liberation work! Join ALP for a Community Security Training in preparation for our Trans Day Action 2019!
At this training you will learn skills to act as part of ALP's Self Determined Community Safety (community security) Team. This involves de-escalation tactics, how to mobilize against arrest, holding a perimeter, meeting community members' varying needs, intervening on inter-community violence, and more.
Join us as we explore the medical industrial complex as an extension of policing, violence, and surveillance of Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans, Two Spirit, and Gender Non Conforming/People of Color communities.
Join us as we gather to celebrate Audre Lorde's 85th birthday and her lasting legacy in our community! We will also honor and celebrate our resilient LGBTSTGNC Communities of Color in New York. Come for dinner, drinks, cultural performances, dancing, and good company! This is a completely FREE event. The space is wheelchair accessible. Childcare can be provided upon request. Dinner will begin at 6pm & the program will start at 7:00pm! Our intergeneration event is open to all LGBTSTGNC POC and Allies!
First aid is the initial intervention administered to a person suffering from a sudden illness, attack, or injury, before professional medical help is available. The purpose of this First Aid Workshop is to discuss and demonstrate emergency skills to preserve life, prevent worsening or deterioration of a situation, and to promote recovery. This workshop does not provide management of activist-specific injuries or scenes control and does not lead to First-Aid CPR certification.