Join LAPD Chief and Assistant Chief for a community forum to discuss issues such as immigration, hate crimes, and homelessness that are impacting LGBTQ community in Los Angeles.
To RSVP for parking, please email Senior Lead Officer Julianne Sohn at email@example.com or Police Officer Oliver Liu at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday May 17th, 2017 | 6:00-8:00pm
The Reef at LA Mart
1933 South Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90007
The Models of Excellence scholarship committee looks for senior high school students who have demonstrated a commitment to advancing LGBT civil rights and promoting social justice.
Students who are graduating from Southern California senior high schools are eligible to apply. Awards of $1,000, $2,000 and $3,000 are made to qualifying student scholars.
Applications are due no later than Saturday, May 6th, 2017. For more info visit http://friendsofproject10.org/scholarships.html?utm_source=%231Models+of+Excellence+Scholarship+%26+%22Fun+%26+Frivolity%2C+2017%21%22+fundraiser&utm_campaign=%231scholarship_fund17&utm_medium=email
Join us while we highlight some of the visibility in our community!
5:00pm - 6:00pm: Resource Fair, Free HIV Testing
6:00: We will screen the short film, Vessels, and the trans documentary, In Full Bloom.
Hosted By: HEARTprogram
The Documentary "In Full Bloom transcending gender" is about the remarkable journey of 15 courageous actors (13 transgender, and 2 gay) as they rehearse for the groundbreaking stage production entitled “Lovely Bouquet of Flowers: An Exploration of Non-Traditional Gender Voices.”
Grand Park is celebrating L.A. County's LGBTQ+ community with PROUD Story Slam! Listen to powerful personal narratives from L.A. gay rights pioneers to Angeleno trans comedians. This event will include diverse art installations an activities, and is part of Grand Park's PROUD Series.
Creating a life in Los Angeles can be overwhelming when juggling friends, lovers, work, personal time, etc. Many times it leaves us feeling scattered and filling our time with distractions that don't necessarily enhance our own lives. Taking a step back to re-assess personal boundaries, declaring wants and needs, and allowing yourself permission to be self-aware can help engage the community from a place of confidence and honesty.
West Hollywood Library, Community Conference Room – Park Level
(Validated parking is available in the 5 story parking structure – park on level 3 for easy access to the room)
Join Los Angeles LGBT for an empowering day with LBTQ Women to take action and protect our body, mind, and politics in challenging times. Enjoy a day of meeting new friends, bring family and kin to learn about the things you care about, and take advantage of free interactive workshops offered by LBTQ women, a powerful keynote speech about resistance and self-care, and an informative stroll through our Health and Know Your Rights Fair. Don’t miss a stop by the Center’s very own Audre Lorde Program for LBTQ Women table which will offer tips just for us and talk about our legal, mental, and physical health services. Remember to pick up giveaways, enjoy free coffee and lunch, and take the opportunity to tie in some yoga or Pilates with friends into your Saturday morning!
- Digital Privacy in the Trump Era by Hannah Howard
- Online Activism by Lesbians Who Tech
- Staying Healthy as We Age by CVS
- How to Be an Activist in These Troubling Times Without Losing Your Mind by Dr. Lauren Costine and Linda Santiman, MA, LMFT, Psychosocial Case Manager Supervisor Health Services, LA LGBT Center