June 28, 2020
4 - 6 PM EST
Westchester Pride Finale
The LOFT LGBT Community Center & Queery
Holistic Healer, Zoë Flowers
Performer, Amber Guesa
President of the LGBT Bar Association of Greater NY, Co-Chair of the National Trans Bar Association and Candidate for NY State Assembly, Kristen Browde
The crowning of this year's Homecoming Queer
Announcement of the Winners for the Pride Pet Parade
Pride Month Celebration pictures, videos & stories.
Black Trans Lives Matter Discussion
Supreme Court rulings and other current issues
Conversations about The Way Forward.
For more information or to register for the Zoom link, click here.
Queery is celebrating pride with The Loft LGBT Community Center & The New Rochelle Council on the Arts
Show your pride on using Pride Zoom Backgrounds designed by Queery, sponsored by The Loft LGBT Community Center.
Pride Zoom Backgrounds are downloadable images and are perfect to use for any Pride event or anytime at all!
Scroll through the 30+ images and select your favorites!
Save them to your smart phone or computer and use them during your Zoom conferences, meetings or get togethers! Show your Pride!
Check them out here: Pride Zoom Backgrounds.
These images are free, however if you are able to donate we suggest $5, (more if you can, less if you can't). All donations will support both LGBT non-profits: The Loft: LGBT Community Center and Queery.
Queery is proud to participate in the New Rochelle Council on the Arts' beautiful curated virtual art project:
Please click on the video and enjoy.
What is Queery?
Queery is the combination of two words and one fantastic concept: Queer Theory.
Located in the heart of Westchester, our mission is to present queer theories to the general public in accessible, appealing and fun ways.
Our art-based violence prevention educational programs use creative art and media projects such as books, t-shirts, stickers, and comics to make complex concepts more manageable to include in discursive learning.
Our vision is to live in a world where people continue to ask questions in order to live more freely.
We invite you to poke around, read one of our thought provoking blogs, buy one of our beautiful products, and keep asking questions.
Sticks and Stones
Our first project "Sticks and Stones: Reclaiming Names That Were Used to Hurt Us" takes a closer look at the impact of various derogatory terms used within and against LGBT communities to stimulate discussion about the dangers of heteronormative values.
25 rebuses (16 X 20 visual puzzles) and printed personal stories are available for display at LGBTQ programs, high school, and college settings. A suggested lesson plan is provided for the facilitator, program manager, teacher or professor.
For more information, or to schedule a workshop, please contact James Young, Program Director.
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