Black Queer History Month Conversation with Mustafa Sullivan (remote)

Join the Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center on Instagram Live for a conversation with Mustafa Sullivan about the contributions and impact of Black queer identities to advance Black liberation! Follow along @newburghlgbtqcenter

Mustafa has been a youth organizer for over twenty years. He has fought on the local, citywide, and national level with powerful community leaders to end the school to prison pipeline. Over the past five years he has been the Executive Director of FIERCE NYC; which organizes LGBTQ youth of color ages 12-25. During the pandemic and in years prior he has been leading monthly community healing circles for all People of color and this year he has completed his training with Warriors for Embodied Liberation and the Urban Atabex healing and organizing network.

Testimonial Art Show (in-person)

Join The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center for a Testimonial Art Show. This event will highlight the artwork and voices of currently and formerly incarcerated artists. Additionally, it will provide the community with the opportunity to support the artists. Either through an auction, or drop boxes, all the funds raised through this event will go directly back to the artists.

Register here!

50th Anniversary Attica Uprising Abolitionist Roundtable (remote)

Join The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center for a roundtable discussion. This event will bring together different perspectives to discuss the continuing importance of the Attica Uprising. We will focus on how we can take the lessons from the Attica Uprising and apply them to our own processes for creating abolitionist futures today.

PANELISTS: Dr. Joy James, Dominique Morgan, Damien Pascal-Domenack, Mustafa Sullivan

 

Register here!

Queers for Justice Volunteer Orientation

The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center invites you to attend the Queers for Justice Orientation, offered every first Friday of the month from 6-8pm EST.

Help us destroy the carceral system by coming to our volunteer orientation so that you can get involved with the Queers for Justice Team.

Email Q4J@newburghlgbtqcenter.org to sign up or for further information!

Abolitionist Study Group: Hosted by Queers for Justice

The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center’s Queers for Justice present the Abolitionist Study Group the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month from 7pm-9pm.

We are in a moment in history where it feels possible to end police as an institution and challenge the criminal justice system in ways that make it possible to see another future for us all collectively.

We understand that the movement to end mass incarceration and the fight for liberation must include womxn AND queer-identified people so that we don’t replace a system of oppression with another that will keep power in the hands in hetero-patriarchy.

This group uses text from thought leaders such as Angela Davis, Mariame Kaba, Ejerix Dixon, Leah Lakshmi, and others to help us shape what community accountability will look like.

Email Q4J@newburghlgbtqcenter.org to sign up or for further information!

Abolitionist Study Group: Hosted by Queers for Justice

The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center’s Queers for Justice present the Abolitionist Study Group the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month from 7pm-9pm.

We are in a moment in history where it feels possible to end police as an institution and challenge the criminal justice system in ways that make it possible to see another future for us all collectively.

We understand that the movement to end mass incarceration and the fight for liberation must include womxn AND queer-identified people so that we don’t replace a system of oppression with another that will keep power in the hands in hetero-patriarchy.

This group uses text from thought leaders such as Angela Davis, Mariame Kaba, Ejerix Dixon, Leah Lakshmi, and others to help us shape what community accountability will look like.

Email Q4J@newburghlgbtqcenter.org to sign up or for further information!

Abolitionist Study Group: Hosted by Queers for Justice

The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center’s Queers for Justice present the Abolitionist Study Group the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month from 7pm-9pm.

We are in a moment in history where it feels possible to end police as an institution and challenge the criminal justice system in ways that make it possible to see another future for us all collectively.

We understand that the movement to end mass incarceration and the fight for liberation must include womxn AND queer-identified people so that we don’t replace a system of oppression with another that will keep power in the hands in hetero-patriarchy.

This group uses text from thought leaders such as Angela Davis, Mariame Kaba, Ejerix Dixon, Leah Lakshmi, and others to help us shape what community accountability will look like.

Email Q4J@newburghlgbtqcenter.org to sign up or for further information!

Abolitionist Study Group: Hosted by Queers for Justice

The Newburgh LGBTQ+ Center’s Queers for Justice present the Abolitionist Study Group the 1st & 3rd Tuesdays of the month from 7pm-9pm.

We are in a moment in history where it feels possible to end police as an institution and challenge the criminal justice system in ways that make it possible to see another future for us all collectively.

We understand that the movement to end mass incarceration and the fight for liberation must include womxn AND queer-identified people so that we don’t replace a system of oppression with another that will keep power in the hands in hetero-patriarchy.

This group uses text from thought leaders such as Angela Davis, Mariame Kaba, Ejerix Dixon, Leah Lakshmi, and others to help us shape what community accountability will look like.

Email Q4J@newburghlgbtqcenter.org to sign up or for further information!