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LGBTQ Black History Virtual Events

By Charlotte Robinson, February 24, 2021

Celebrating Black History Month & kicking off how our LGBTQ community is moving forward in these challenging times there are two virtual events this week to check out. The first event is entitled Honoring the Past, Making History Today LGBTQ Black History Month: Honor, Celebrate & Dream is on Thursday, February 25th at 7P EST/ 4P PST via Zoom. Richard A. Fowler, American Storyteller, Richard Media Company Cofounder & Fox News Contributor is moderating the event with panelists including Imani Rupert-Gordon, NCLR Executive Director, Dominique Morgan, Black & Pink Executive Director, David Johns, National Black Justice Coalition Executive Director & Kierra Johnson, National LGBTQ Task Force Executive Director This event is free & open to the public but you must register: To Register… The second event is entitled The State Of The LGBTQ Union takes place on Friday February 26th at 4P EST/ 1P PST also via Zoom. This discussion is co-presented by GLAD, the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition & the National LGBTQ Task Force & will cover some of the big issues our LGBTQ community faces. This event will address the intersecting local, state & national issues concerning to our communities & the opportunities we have to move forward toward equality & justice. Panelists will include Mary L. Bonauto GLAD Civil Rights Project Director, Tre’Andre Valentine Executive Director of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition & Kierra Johnson, National LGBTQ Task Force Executive Director. The event will be moderated by Jason Wu GLAD’s Executive Director. This event is also free & open to the public but you must register. To Register… Recently I talked to Kierra Johnson, National LGBTQ Task Force Executive Director in this exclusive audio interview about what she hopes to accomplish at The Task Force & her spin on our LGBTQ issues. LISTEN 

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