Boston OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing For Change) will be meeting on Sunday December 4th from 2P to 4P for an important program entitled “Elder Lesbians of Color: Telling Our Stories/Telling Our Lives”. The program consists of a panel of elder lesbians of color who will talk about coming-out & realizing they were gay, their particular concerns as a lesbian of color, reactions by their families, issues involving their communities, their church & religion. The panel will also address what it’s like to be women of color in America & a women of color in lesbian communities as well as what it’s like to be Black, West Indian & lesbian in LGBT communities. Sarah Pearlman Co-Founder of OLOC-Boston stated, “In these divisive times & hoping to breach the divide, Boston OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing for Change) has invited a group of older lesbians of color to attend their Sunday, December 4th program to talk about what it is like to be women of color in America, coming-out, their families, their church & what it is like to be a lesbian in Black communities & Black in lesbian communities.” The event takes place at Brookline Senior Center, 93 Winchester Street in Brookline, MA. Following the event there will be an early dinner at Sichuan Garden, 295 Washington Street in Brookline Village, Brookline.
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