Do you ever get to hear about openly trans and queer young men of color attending an all young men of color camp? Where the young men are not from the same community and coming with different experiences? You are probably thinking to yourself, no I have not. Before today, I would of said the same thing.
For generations the south has been the birthplace of revolutionary organizing strategies, with youth firmly centered at the heart of multiple social justice movements. LGBTQ youth and LGBTQ youth of color are the driving force behind an intentional and powerful movement that is actively building bridges and breaking chains for southern communities.
The National Youth Council of GSA Networks again calls for unity and action in the face of police brutality.
All across Southern California and around the nation students are fighting back against bullying and harassment with nonviolent direct action culminating in today’s Day of Silence.
March 21st, 2015 was National Coming Out Of The Shadows Day.