PRIDE PREP 2014

Posted: July 3, 2014 by maingsaerincharge in Uncategorized

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PRIDE PREP 2014

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PRIDE PREP 2014

Posted: May 23, 2014 by maingsaerincharge in Uncategorized

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Day Of Silence 2014

Posted: May 23, 2014 by maingsaerincharge in Uncategorized

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The Day of Silence was a great success! We sold lots of stickers, raised over $100 dollars, and made a difference. Remember why we stay silent. Remember the lives of the people who have taken their own lives because they were silenced. We echo the silence of the victims of bullying. Remember the greater purpose. 

Thank you again to Kim Pham and the whole GSA 😀

Kare ❤

Self Evident Truths

“In the video below, iO Tillett Wright explains how the project began and why she is set on taking the project national. So far, Wright has captured hundreds of portraits and is set to capture 5,000 to 10,000 images that will reflect the true face of LGBTQ across America. After that, Wright wants to compile a series of large exhibitions, an online database, and a number of creative projects.

Supported by the Human Rights Campaign, the project is an independent “awareness” campaign, and the black-and-white photos captured by Wright are simple yet striking. Will “Self Evident Truths” help humanize LGBTQ people in a country that is in the midst of a fight for equal rights? As it’s mentioned in the video, marriage equality is just one step in the right direction, but there’s still a lot to be done. Perhaps her photographs will remind people that, as Wright commented, “Guess what, we look just like you, your mother, your brother, or the coworker sitting right next to you.’ “

Link  —  Posted: May 2, 2014 by maingsaerincharge in Uncategorized

“These Are Our Children Too” Movie Premiere

Posted: April 23, 2014 by maingsaerincharge in Uncategorized

“These Are Our Children Too” is a documentary that explores the lives of five young LGBTQ people of color who share their stories of defining family–traditional and chosen. The film illustrates the importance of building community as a form of resistance & survival. 

On April 29th 2014 at 6pm at City On a Hill, there will be a screening & talk back session, all are invited!

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Please share & RSVP at taoctbos.eventbrite.com

And Now... The Day Of Silence 2014 Stickers!!!

Yay Kim!!!

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