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    True Stories, True Lives: Shattering LGBTQ Stereotypes

    Presented by at Esperanza Peace and Justice Center

    June 9, 2018

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    True Stories, True Lives: Shattering LGBTQ Stereotypes

    Join us for our next Queer Corazones de Esperanza event! This event will include a resource table fair and panel on June 9, 2018. Presentations will be on: LGBTQ employment and negotiating pay, a short training by Ana Andrea Molina of Organizacion Latina de Trans en Texas, history and updates on San Antonio's Non-Discrimination Ordinance, paid sick time/family leave, and community members sharing their experiences as members of the San Antonio LGBTQ community.

     

    Started at the Esperanza in the summer of 2016, the Queer Corazones is a group made up of community members, Esperanza staff and buena gente. The group organizes some of the LGBTQ+ programming that occurs at the Esperanza. From films to pláticas, the events are aimed at collectively learning and sharing the experiences, issues, and stories of members of the LGBTQ+ community in order to empower, honor, uplift, inspire, and give hope that life for our marginalized communities will change and improve. The Queer Corazones wants to encourage activism and community organizing aimed at stopping violence and prejudice against the LGBTQ+ community worldwide.


    Esperanza Peace and Justice Center

    922 San Pedro
    San Antonio, TX 78212

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    Free


    General Day and Time Info:

    5 p.m.: Resource table fair



    6 p.m.: Reception



    6:15 p.m.: Program starts



    Phone: 210-228-0201

    Parking: Many buses within 3-5 block area. #3 and #4 stop half block almost every 10 minutes


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