Mobilize with the Audre Lorde Project this Saturday at the Brooklyn Pride Twilight March!
We'll gather at the Key Foods parking lot on 5th Ave. and Sterling St. in Park Slope from 6-6:45pm, and the parade "steps off" promptly at 7:30pm.
Here's a link to the route map, http://brooklynpride.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/MapFlyer2015.jpg. The route is 0.8 miles long, straight down 5th Ave.
You can get to the Key Foods parking lot by taking the subway to Atlantic Terminal and then walking down 5th Ave. a couple blocks.
Let's show Brooklyn how fabulous, united, and powerful we are!
Pull out your poom poom shorts, glitter, platforms, drums, and gorgeous posters!
Bring your friends, kids, family, and loved ones!
Calling all trans, two-spirit, gender non conforming, queer, lesbian, bisexual, and gay people of color in Brooklyn and our allies!
The Safe OUTside the System Collective of The Audre Lorde Project invites you to our 9th annual Community Freestyle! Gather your transformative and revolutionary tools and join us for an intergenerational afternoon of building survivor-led self-determined community safety for ourselves and our neighbors of color in central Brooklyn.
This year’s Community Freestyle will focus on building, sharing, and exchanging the tools we need to build the revolution and movements we need and desire to survive and flourish. We can build safety and wellness for ourselves! We don't need to rely on the state when we have each other and our badass, super cute, ancestral, abolitionist, interdependent toolkits!
The Freestyle will feature cultural performances, visual art exhibitions, workshops, childcare, a delicious meal, and a space to ground with community in the Safe OUTside the System's Safe Neighborhood Campagin!
ALP will be holding an open space for anyone who would like to come and spend time with community to mourn and celebrate the life of Brenda Bostick. During the following hours we will have tea, cookies, and a small art project in our fishbowl space. Please drop by if you identify as someone who is a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Two Spirit or Gender Non Conforming Person of Color.
Wednesday May 10th 4-6pm
Thursday May 11th 4-6pm
Friday May 12th 4-6pm
Daring to Be Powerful (DTBP) is one of New York City's largest People of Color centered community organizing workshops. The Audre Lorde Project aims to build both individual and collective power to better challenge the multiple oppressions faced by Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Transgender and Gender Non Conforming People of Color communities. DTBP is our signature organizing institute for building skills, analysis of oppression & power, learning about current issues and campaigns to get involved with, and offering opportunities for strategizing and community organizing.
Expressing Our Resilience: A People of Color, Trans, Gender Non Conforming, Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Two Spirit, Queer, and Intersex Community Care Event!
When: Friday, February 24th, 2017, 5pm-9pm
Where: ALP Manhattan Office, 147 West 24th Street, 3rd Fl
Join the 3rd Space Collective for our Community Care Event and Swag Swap!! This is an event by and for People of Color. ♥
*This space is open to folks who identify as Lesbian Gay Bisexual Two-Spirit Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People of Color AND People of Color Allies
In lieu of a changing political tide, this year for our annual celebration of Audre Lorde’s Birthday, we will uplift the role, historical legacy and future of Black Feminism, by highlighting how it has been foundational to our LGBTSTGNC POC resistance and resilience.
We will be holding an Intergenerational Dialogue on Radical Black Feminist Traditions in our past, present & futures.
Come with your curiosity, desire, and hunger for our collective analysis and knowledge!
For updates, check out the Facebook Event Here
To get tickets, RSVP on the Eventbrite Here
Are you passionate about the issues of employment, housing, education, health care, and immigration?
Do you want to learn how to navigate the system?
Support your community?
Join the 3rd Space Support Response Team!
We are looking for folks to support Audre Lorde Project's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non Conforming (LGBTSTGNC) People of Color (POC) community members who are currently navigating the issues of housing, employment, education, health care, immigration status, and more. As a part of the Response Team you will: do intakes, provide one-on-one advocacy, suggest resources and referrals, and support our members. We will also build up community-based skills and strategies for how we care for ourselves and each other. This team is a place to give and receive sustainable support; where creation, invention and innovation will be practiced
RSVP is necessary by either contacting Cleopatra at Cleo@alp.org or filling out the registration page here: https://goo.gl/forms/VCo9PIxr6YmVu0O63
Grow your participation, by learning facilitation!
Facilitation is a great way to hold space, ideas, and conversation among many different people. In this session of the OUTsiderz Series, we will be learning some ways to brew dialogue, and ways to engage folks on multi-sensory levels of participation.
Check out the Facebook Event Here!
ALP OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED 12/24/16 thru 01/02/17
This workshop will focus on the external atmospheres of repping yourself. Participants will be engaging in building a script, and practicing their personal pitch!
Although, the name of this workshop will be "Interview Skills", concepts learned here can be applicable to a large range of situations such as auditions, panels, public speaking and more!