Except maybe brunch and mimosas with your gay mother!
As LGBTQIA Latin@s, familia is very important to us, but sometimes our relationships with our families can be un poco complica’o.
Join us this Sunday as we get together to celebrate queer motherhood the very gay way: with brunch and mimosas, duh!
Get your grub on and thank your queer/trans mother, whoever they may be!
Proceeds will go toward funding United Latin@ Pride Week 2015
Celebrando … ¡a la Madre!
An afternoon of brunch, mimosas, and familia.
Nellie’s Puerto Rican Restaurant
2458 W Division St
May 3, 2015
Astraea Foundation honors three Chicagoans
2014-05-17 Windy City Times
Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice’s 2014 Fueling the Frontline Awards, a first-of-its-kind event, was held in Chicago May 16 at the Mayne Stage Theatre in Rogers Park. Three Chicagoans were presented the award: Julio Rodriguez, Tracy Baim and the late Vernita Gray.
J. Bob Alotta, executive director of Astraea, also MC’d the event, and spoke with passion about the fund’s more than three decades of work nationally and internationally. She also promoted their “Fueling the Frontlines,” a three-year, $20 million campaign for global LGBTQI rights. The campaign will continue Astraea’s long tradition of funding cutting-edge LGBTQI-focused organizations through supporting activism, education and philanthropy.
Read full article, view photos and watch videos from the event here.
A New York-based alternative-to-detention project emerges to provide services to LGBTQ and HIV-positive immigrant detainees