Black LGBTQIA+ Lives Matter: Intersectionality and Allyship Across the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Spectrum

Co-Sponsored by the Harvard Black Society & the Harvard Gender and Sexuality Caucus

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COME JOIN US for “Black LGBTQIA+ Lives Matter: Intersectionality and Allyship Across the Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Spectrum” The panel is co-sponsored by the Harvard Black Society & the Harvard Gender and Sexuality Caucus.
 

In honor of National Coming Out Day next week, the Harvard Black Alumni Society invites you to a discussion about the intersectionality in the black LGBTQIA+ community. A group of distinguished leaders in different fields will navigate the nuances and complexities of their identities and opportunities for peers to understand actionable allyship. Over the coming days, we’ll be highlighting each of our speakers:
 

Moderator Bendita Cynthia Malakia, Esq.’08
Global Head of Diversity & Inclusion at Hogan Lovells and Treasurer of the National LGBT Bar


Dr. Daniel Stephens ‘98
Deputy Commissioner for Family and Chold Health at the NYC Health Department


Alterrell Mills, ‘10, ‘16
Director at Jupe Inc.


Kamille Washington, ‘10, ‘21
Administrative Director for International Affairs, FAS at Harvard University


Preston Mitchum
Director of Policy at URGE: Unite for Reproductive & Gender Equity


Dr. Amber Musser ‘02, ‘09
Associate Professor of American Studies at George Washington University
 

When:

5:00PM - 6:15PM Tue 13 Oct 2020 ( Timezone: Eastern )

Virtual Event Instructions:

The zoom link will be sent to registered guests.