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Love is L.O.V.E.: Living Our Values Equally

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Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning

161-04 Jamaica Ave

Queens, NY 11432

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This year, the Caribbean Equality Project is celebrating 5 years of organizing towards creating a more equitable, thriving and economically empowered Caribbean LGBTQ+ immigrant community in NYC. On Saturday, February 22, 2020, we are hosting our 5th annual Love is L.O.V.E.: Living Our Values Equally benefit, an intimate evening in celebration of queer & trans Caribbean love and liberation at the Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning, from 6pm - 9pm in Queens, NY.

This dynamic event showcases the intersections of LGBTQ identities, culture and Caribbeaness through immigrant storytelling, trans & HIV education, and cultural performances, followed by a panel discussion and Q&A with our esteemed speakers and a post-networking reception.

FEATURING:
Keynote Addresses from Staceyann Chin & Nhojj

Storytelling Panelists: Antoine Craigwell | Shivana Jorawar | Wladimir Lewis-Thomas de Rosier | Sai Ali | Julius Owens

Cultural Performances by Sundari - The Indian Goddess | Jahlisa A. Ross | Rajeev Singh | Detoxx Bústi-ae

Hosts: Robert & Khadieme of the Stush an' Bush Podcast

When: Saturday, February 22, 2020 | 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Where: Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning: 161-04 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica, NY 11432
Purchase Tickets + Information: https://CEPlove2020.eventbrite.com

$25 Suggested Donation - includes a complimentary buffet dinner. A cash bar will be available.

This is a benefit for the Caribbean Equality Project and is open to the public. No one will be turned away for their inability to pay.

To RSVP, email info@CaribbeanEqualityProject.org or call (347) 709-3179.

To learn more about the Caribbean Equality Project & for regular updates, please visit www.CaribbeanEqualityProject.org or connect with us on Twitter @CaribEquality, and Facebook and Instagram at @CaribbeanEqualityProject.

This project is made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered
by the Queens Council on the Arts.

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