LGBT

DotOUT Carnival Tea Dance | June 23

DotOUT presents the 6th annual Summer Solstice Tea Dance.

4-8pm Sunday June 23rd at dbar (1236 Dorchester Ave).

$10 entry goes toward Dorchester charity.

More info: http://www.dotout.org/

Brunch OUT in Dorchester | June 23

Join The Theater Offensive and Dot2Dot Cafe for a special Pride month brunch event to benefit The Theater Offensive’s OUT In Your Neighborhood programs!

Featuring a performance from The Theater Offensive’s original musical production 99% Stone*!

Dot2Dot Cafe is hosting a brunch event to benefit The Theater Offensive OUT In Your Neighborhood on Sunday, June 23 at 2:00pm! The event will feature a teaser performance of the original musical production 99% Stone, with other local artists TBD. Neighbors and guests are invited to enjoy Dot2Dot Cafe’s delicious brunch menu, which includes vegan and vegetarian options. Check out the full menu at Dot2DotCafe.com. >> Read More

The Summit | April 27

10-5pm 

Union United Methodist Church

485 Columbus Avenue, Boston

This gathering is a joint led effort between the Hispanic/Black Gay Coalition & Black and Pink, with the support and endorsement of other organizations. The Summit will function as an opportunity for LGBTQ people across New England to come together, tell their stories, and organize campaigns that will alleviate some of the suffering caused by the prison industrial complex. 
This space is explicitly designed for those who are formerly incarcerated, convicted, court-involved, or who experience policing. Allies are encouraged to promote the event to friends, family, lovers, clients, etc. and can help with solidarity organizing after the event rather than attend. 
This gathering will prioritize the voices of people of color, youth, transgender women, HIV+ people, and others most targeted and impacted by the violence of the prison industrial complex. >> Read More

New Leaders Institute: Info Session | March 26

 

HBGC's New Leaders Institute (NLI) is a leadership development program for LGBTQ individuals of color under 25.  The program is designed to equip the next generation of LGBTQ activists of color with the skills and resources to succeed.  Over 6 months, participants undergo a series of skill building, leadership, and community organizing trainings that culminate in community-wide projects and campaigns.

To apply, fill out an application on the HBGC website

http://www.hbgc-boston.org/#!new-leaders-insitute/c1kl8

or set up a meeting to fill it out over the phone or in person.

There will be an info session to talk about the New Leaders Institute Program.

Date:  March 26 2013 >> Read More

The Guyz Group

The Guyz Group is a support group for Gay/Bisexual men of color living with HIV at the Codman Square Health Center. For more information please contact Earnest at (617) 822-8205 | earnest.simpkins@codman.org ~ "Everyone deserves a place to disclose"

Leader's of the New School - Our Role in the Future of Equality | Feb 2

Join emerging Black and Latino LGBTQ leaders under the age of 30 for a discussion on the inclusion of young adults in the movement for social justice. 
 

Saturday, February 2, 2013 from 1:00 - 3:00p
HBGC’s South End Location
485 Columbus Ave 
Boston, MA 02118
(near Back Bay and Mass Ave T)
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Valentine’s Day Dance Party for LGBT Youth | Feb. 9

On February 9th, 2013, Boston Latino Pride is hosting their very first Valentine’s Day Dance Party for LGBT Youth with Special Guest from RuPaul’s Drag Race Stars Mystique Summers. DJ Lady Spindrift will be spinning the Hottest Latin, Hip Hop and Top 40 Music. 

Doors open at 7PM at The Harriet Tubman House: 566 Columbus Avenue, Boston.

Only 125 Youth are allowed at this event due to capacity limitation, we are offering online ticket sales  You can buy pre-sale Tickets by Clicking Here for $5. If you plan to buy your ticket at the door it will be $7 dollars.

If you have any question regarding this event please contact Youthdance@bostonpride.org

This event is sponsored by Boston Pride, Latino Pride and Boston Pride Hockey Boston Pride Hockey

3rd Annual DotOUT Harvest Mixer at Harp & Bard | Nov. 18

Tired of the same old Sunday grind and not ready to go Holiday shopping?

Join DotOUT for their third annual Fall event for local charity.

You'll be giving more than just thanks by stepping in to this event for some drinks, complimentary finger food, the Pats game, an arm wrestling tournie and conversation with old and new friends.  Our charity this year will be the Living Center in memory of Chelsea Gable, to many in DotOUT a friend and confidante . A cornucopia of door prizes including gift cards/certificates awaits you.  Be brawny with our arm wrestling contest for the biggest prizes or just catch the tail end of the Patriots Game. 

Harp & Bard Restaurant/Bar Sunday November 18th, 3-7p 

1099 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester, Massachusetts 02125 >> Read More

Boston’s Transgender Day of Remembrance | Nov. 18

Boston’s Transgender Day of Remembrance

4p at St Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, 138 Tremont Street, Boston near Park St and Downtown Crossing subway lines.

Community Speak-Out, Candlelight Vigil, Hosted Reception. >> Read More

Community Dialogue at Fenway Health: "Celebrating Diverse Trans Masculine Sexualities" | Nov. 13

Living Well Presents: Celebrating Diverse Trans Masculine Sexualities

Fenway Health, 9th floor conference center, 1340 Boylston Street, Boston            

Tuesday, November 13, 2012 6 to 8 p.m.    

A Community Dialogue for Gay/ Bisexual/ Queer Transgender Men and Trans Men Who Have Sex With Men (TMSM). Includes dinner, resource fair, panel and discussion.

For more info click here.

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