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BANNED BLOOD: Blood Drive Protest

Date: 
Friday, February 25, 2011 - 12:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: 
60 Washington Square South
Contact: 

Join NYU's Queer Union to stage a protest against the FDA's regulation that bans MSMs (men who have sex with men) and WSMSM (women who have sex with men who have sex with men) from donating blood!

Reading: Tina Fakhrid-Deen Lets Get This Straight

Date: 
Sunday, January 16, 2011 - 7:00pm
Location: 
Bluestockings Bookstore, 172 Allen St. nr. Stanton St., 1 block south of E. Houston & 1st Ave.: F train to Lower East Side-2nd Av.; J, M to Essex St. (at Delancey); B, D to Grand St.; N, R to Prince St. (at Broadway); #6 to Spring St. (at Lafayette)

Sunday, January 16th @ 7PM - Free
Reading: Tina Fakhrid-Deen Lets Get This Straight

A short-but-thorough book, Lets Get This Straight: The Ultimate
Handbook for Youth with LGBTQ Parents profiles forty-five young
adults and shares the experiences and insights they've gained as
members of LGBTQ households. Join author Tina Fakhrid-Deen for a
reading of the book and discussion about combating homophobia and
taking pride in your LGBTQ family. Fakhrid-Deen is the founder the
Chicago chapter of COLAGE, an advocacy organization for daughters and

Gay Rights in the 1960s and Today

Date: 
Tuesday, August 3, 2010 - 6:00pm
Location: 
Museum of the City of New York, Fifth Avenue at 103rd St.; #6 train to 103 St. (at Lex); #2, 3 to Central Park North/110th St. (at Malcolm X/Lenox); DIRECTIONS: http://bit.ly/aKMPCX BUS MAP: http://bit.ly/bLa6P5
Contact: 

RESERVATIONS REQUIRED: http://bit.ly/aIX4J6 917.492.3395 http://www.mcny.org 212.534.1672

From Museum of the City of New York...

Gay Rights in the 1960s and Today
David Carter, Dick Leitsch and Rich Wandel discuss the events that redefined the movement for gay equality.
Tuesday, August 3 6:30 PM

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Tuesday • August 3 • 6:30 PM
Gay Rights in the 1960s and Today

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