The OUTsiderz: A Community Leadership Skills Training for Audre Lorde Project Community Members
What do you want to organize OUTside the lines? Do you have an organizing project you are looking to build from the inside OUT, and need the skills to do it? We are here to cultivate your skills to build towards a dream project that you have wanted to bring to life.
Out in the Night, directed by blair dorosh-walther, is a documentary about four young African American lesbians convicted for defending themselves in an assault in Greenwich Village in 2006. This film premiered in 2014, has won close to a dozen awards, and opened up the 28th season of POV on PBS this summer.
This event will include a post-screening dialogue between the audience, and three of the film’s subjects, Terrain Dandridge, Patreese Johnson and Renata Hill. Members of the Audre Lorde Project’s Safe Outside the System (SOS) program will moderate the discussion
11:00 Washington Square Park (meet at arch, find ALP banner)
3:00 CLOSING RALLY Bryant Park, 6th Avenue & 42nd Street
STOP POLICE TERROR!
WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?
Join the Audre Lorde Project as we mobilize with the McNeil family to demand justice for their sister and mother, Yvonne McNeil, murdered by the police in October 2011.
ALP’s Annual Interpreter Training is a part of a larger vision of Language Justice in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non-Conforming (LGBTSTGNC) Immigrant of Color communities. This Interpreter Training seeks to provide opportunities for LGBTSTGNC Immigrants of Color who are already informal community interpreters to:
- gain greater skills in interpretation.
- learn resources and strategies to use interpretation to generate income.
- better understand how to make our community spaces more accessible.
- share knowledge about health, social and community resources.
- share resources on translating health, sexuality and gender issues.
Daring to Be Powerful 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.
Sunday August 30th 12PM - 6PM
5th Annual Bed-Stuy Pride
Tompkins [Von King] Park
Come celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual, two spirit, transgender and gender-non-conforming people of color living in the Bed-Stuy and Central Brooklyn community. The day will feature local artists, performances, workshops, music, vendors, family friendly wellness & fitness activities and more!
An annual Free Community Event and BBQ that Celebrates the diversity of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two-Spirit, Trans & Gender Non-Conforming People of Color & Allies.
When trans people are under attack
what do we do?
RISE UP FIGHT BACK!
TransJustice of the Audre Lorde Project invites YOU to join us for the 11th Annual Trans Day of Action!
This event is a rally and short march outdoors.
This is a bi-lingual event (English/Spanish)
The Pier is equipped with ramps and shade.
We will have a mobile wellness team.
We will have a Community Security team.
We will have a Ustream channel for folks who are unable to attend in person.
Stay Tuned for our Points of Unity and Volunteer Opportunities!
spread the word.
email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
Mobilize with the Audre Lorde Project, Jay's House, and FIERCE 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.