Pile of white and black buttons with drawing of four black kids raising fists on them

Wednesday, August 30
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 30 W. Woodruff
Join us for a follow up to our past community conversation on how to better our community for Black LGBTQ+ people. This second conversation will be focused on bringing our minds together to action-plan and figure out what each of us can do to better our community.

If you are looking to figure out how to get involved in our cause, if you came to our community conversation on July 24 and wanted more time to work together and flesh out action items, and/or if you want to better yourself as an accomplice to LGBTQ+ people of color, we invite you to come out on Wednesday, August 30 to build with us. 

What to expect:
1. Short teach-in on the historical context of the #BlackPride4 and police brutality
2. Smaller team discussions grouped by skills and resources
3. Sharing our ideas and determining next actions as a group

Please also sign and share the petition to send to prosecutors demanding that the charges against the #BlackPride4 be dropped: https://goo.gl/forms/ks8UHoVllIcoVILr2

We look forward to working with you to better support Black LGBTQ+ people in Columbus!