An Intersectional Day for Queer People of Colour  |  THIS SUNDAY 21 MAY, 2-6pm

To commemorate this year’s International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (May 17th), The Two Chairs and the Racial Justice Day Out Committee is organising an “Intersectional Day” for queer and trans people of colour on Sunday, May 21st.

Do join us for a roundtable discussion/conversations on issues affecting queer and trans people of colour where we will be unpacking the intersections of racism and homo/bi/transphobia in Australia.

Other activities will include screenings of LGBT + race-related short films and videos, plus spoken word poetry and readings of queer POC existence.

The event will be held at Kathleen Syme Library and Community Centre. The building is wheelchair accessible, has accessible bathrooms, and there will be a safe space if you ever need to step out. If there are any other accessibility and dietary requirements you would like us to be aware of, please let us know.

To keep track of confirmed attendants, please head over to our Eventbrite page and book your tickets:

PLEASE NOTE: We are requesting donations of $5-$10 to help cover the cost of organizing this community event because we currently do not receive any funding whatsoever. We appreciate your kind understanding and generosity.