A celebration for International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia is being held on Sat May 16, 2015. This is the day before IDAHO (the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia) in the Community Space, Bernard Weatherill House, Mint Walk, Croydon, from 11am.
11am Write your own Pride chant
or group discussion on social media campaigning – unconference style!
12 noon – Rainbow Reading Group open discussion – exploration of the impact of LGBTI literature: history, definitions, liberation. Bring your ideas and quotes along to share……
or Interview-recording of LGBT asylum seekers, plus comments from allies (do contribute), for a Croydon Radio mini documentary.
1.00pm: Buffet lunch; visit local LGBT and other organisations’ stands.
1.45pm: Tribute to our local LGBT police liaison officers, celebrating their work in preventing and combatting LGBT hate crime.
2.00pm–4.00pm: Singing workshop for all our voices: learn harmony songs of relevance to our LGBT asylum seekers. Final recording, with Rainbows Across Borders Chorus, to be featured on Croydon Radio.
To read about past events please see http://www.lgbt-croydon.org.uk/?q=idaho
To book a place, see Eventbrite. This includes a link, should you have any questions.
. The event will be publicised via local media and social media.