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Centering the Margins: A Summit for BIPOC & LGBTQ Nontheists

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Washington Ethical Society

7750 16th St NW

Washington, DC 20012

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A CALL TO CONNECT

In our continued commitment to amplifying voices from marginalized communities, the LGBTQ Humanist Alliance and the American Humanist Association are organizing the inaugural QTBIPOC conference for atheists, humanists, and nonbelievers. This first of its kind day-long summit will provide a necessary space for 100+ activists, students, organizers, and movement leaders from around the country. We plan on providing an inclusive and intersectional program that enables LGBTQ members of the secular/humanist community to come together, learn from each other, connect on issues, and collaborate on actions.

The conference will intentionally center the voices of LGBTQ+ Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC). Straight and white allies and accomplices are welcome to join us as listeners and learners.

For more information, email Rachel Deitch at rdeitch@americanhumanist.org.

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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

No.

What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

By car: We encourage attendees to carpool if possible. Please park on 16th Street whenever legal. In general, parking is unrestricted on weekends but is prohibited during morning and evening rush hour weekdays. The evening weekday restriction ends at 6:30 pm. Refer to the posted signs. Note: parking on 16th Street extends beyond our block in both directions and parking is ample on both sides of the street. During restricted hours please park on Kalmia, east of 16th Street, or on the north side of Jonquil, or on other side streets.

Be aware that DC law requires parked cars to be 5 feet from a residential driveway. Unfortunately, residents will call parking enforcement if your car is within that limit, and officers will ticket.

By Bus: The S4 bus line stops at Sixteenth and Kalmia.

By Metro: The Silver Spring metro station (red line) is a short walk away, about fifteen minutes.


Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

A printed ticket is only necessary if you do not have access to your ticket on your phone.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes.


Will there be gluten-free, vegetarian, diabetic-friendly, and vegan options?

Yes. Please include any dietary restrictions in your registration.

Will there be gender-neutral bathrooms?

Yes.



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