When POC Is Not Enough
Anti-Blackness in the LGBTQ+ Community
Color Bloq invites you to Volume 2 of our community event, “When POC Is Not Enough”, a discussion around anti-Blackness in the LGBTQ+ community. This time, we are working with Compton’s Transgender Cultural District, The Commonwealth Club of California, the Michelle Meow Show, and more. We are bringing this conversation to a bigger audience, featuring even more voices, to talk about the ways anti-Blackness affects Black trans & queer people, the challenge of navigating spaces in the LGBTQ+ community, and share strategies for Black trans & queer people to show up for each other.
Hosted by Aria Sa'id
Tuquan Harrison • Kin Folkz • Nia Ibu • Socorro Moreland • Corey Baker
About the panel
Tuquan Harrison is an LGBT Policy Advisor for the San Francisco Human Rights Commission.
Nia Ibu is a LCSW Clinical Therapist, healer, and activist in the East Bay Area.
Socorro Moreland is a transgender activist and founder of #brotherhood based in Oakland, Ca.
Corey Baker is a librarian, performing artist, and empowerment advocate.
WHEN: Friday, October 25th, from 6:30pm to 7:30pm (5:45pm reception)
WHERE: The Commonwealth Club, 110 The Embarcadero in San Francisco (map)
ATTIRE: Casual; come as you are
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