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Driftwood LGBTQ Pride Event

By Charlotte Robinson, June 06, 2018
 
To celebrate Pride Month “I'm From Driftwood” is collaborating with “Hornet” & “WeWork” to host "Share Your Pride: An LGBTQI+ Storytelling Event & Celebration" on Thursday June 14th at WeWork at 205 Hudson, 7th Floor in NYC from 6:30P to 9P. It’s an opportunity to socialize with a room full of proud LGBTQI+ folks, watch a Video Story & hear 4 live storytellers. The live storytellers will be Jamie Brickhouse a New York Times published writer, three-time Moth SLAM champion, voiceover actor on Beavis & Butthead & the author/performer of the award-winning memoir and solo show “Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex & My Mother”, his work has also been published in the Washington Post, Daily Beast, Out, Salon & POZ. Tatenda Ngwaru the Founder of “True Identity”, the first intersex & transgender organization in Zimbabwe. She fled her country in 2016, coming to the United States seeking asylum as a refugee. Today she's a motivational speaker & activist, specializing in advocating for the rights of LGBTQI refugees & intersex individuals. Tarik Daniels who has performed at Gotham Comedy Club & The Stonewall Inn, he's also featured in the web series GAYS & Next Level Anxiety. An "unapologetically Black, unapologetically queer" writer, he uses his work to tell the "struggles & mistreatment of black queer man in America" and also performing will be Richard Eric Weigle an award-winning film producer whose films have screened on four continents, he is also one of the organizers of The Greenwich Village Film Festival held in October every year. A resident of Greenwich Village for 44 years, he has been president of The Grove Street Block Association for almost 20 years. The event is free but you must register. 
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