Aging Out: Confessions of a New Twenty-Something

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Aging Out:  Confessions of a New Twenty-Something

 

Black Women’s Blueprint

Although some events may have age-restrictions due to content (18+ for some movie screenings and galas), many are open and queer-friendly.  Learning about cultural icons, social and political movements while discussing historical information is interesting for all ages.


Lesbian Herstory Archives

 
Originally created to celebrate the rich herstory of lesbian and bisexual women throughout the decades, the Lesbian Herstory Archives has embraced the herstory of all women through trans-inclusive and gender non-conforming pieces and rhetoric.

 

Miss Major/Jay Toole Building


Home of FIERCE, The Audre Lorde Project, Queers for Economic Justice, and Sylvia Rivera Law Project, this space provides a one of a kind experience for queers under 21 or over 21 alike! Events that promote empowerment within our communities, equality, anti-racism, anti-sexism, anti-transphobia and equitable class standards are often hosted and open to the public.

 

The Door


A space created for youth, The Door remains inclusive for LBGTQ youth and people of color. It hosts numerous events throughout the year just for this demographic.

 

The Silent Barn


Bushwick’s off-beat record store and gathering place, The Silent Barn is an all-ages DIY space that accepts proposals for all types of events and shows. The staff is pretty friendly and so is the entire building, which gives off a creative and eclectic vibe.
 

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Grace Moon's picture

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walked into Silent barn not too long ago on a whim. good to know event space possiblitiy # 4. Smile

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