Monday, January 30, 2017

Boston Generational Lesbian Event

Boston OLOC (Old Lesbians Organizing For Change) will be meeting on Sunday February 5th from 2P to 4P for an important program entitled “A Conversation Between Generations”. The program consists of a panel including Bren Cole of Fenway Health, Nicole Sullivan of Boston Feminists for Liberation, Journey Joyner-Mayr, Amanda Reveles of Youth Conference HGBC, Erin Tate, Chris Joseph, a peer counselor at GLASS, The Hispanic Black Gay Coalition (HBGC) & Shaunya Thomas of LOCS Collective (Lesbians of Color Symposium). Jyl Lynn Felman & Sarah Pearlman will be moderating & questioning the panelists. Pearlman stated, “In these troubling & divisive times, solidarity between groups is more important than ever. With hopes of beginning to bridge a generational divide, Boston OLOC is hosting a cross-generational conversation between our older & primarily lesbian identified audience & people of a younger generation. Panelists will discuss such topics as what LGBTQQIA life is like today for a younger & more inclusive generation, current identity language, how they refer to themselves (& why), feminism & fears & concerns resulting from the election & new administration as well as addressing questions to the OLOC audience on why a lesbian identity & what life is like for our generation of old lesbians.” 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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1 Comments:

Anonymous Marilyn Rosen said...


These events are always informative and a great outlet to safely share concerns and find camaraderie and hear about other people's lives and what's going on in the community.

January 30, 2017 at 10:19 AM  

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