Upper Manhattan LGBTQ History: Arts and Community

NoMAA, whose work is at the intersection of culture and community, is bringing together a panel to begin an exploration of Upper Manhattan LGBTQ history.  We begin this exploration in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Rebellion in Lower Manhattan with events happening throughout New York City, the Metro Area, and the world, and we intend this event to contribute to ongoing community-building in Upper Manhattan.

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Moderator: Richard Allman

Panelists:

  • Yoseli Castillo Fuertes, Poet, Activist and Educator
  • Miriam Frank, Labor and Community Historian & Activist
  • Eric K. Washington, Harlem Historian and Author
  • Memphis Washington, Word Up: Community Bookshop – Libreria Comunitaria, volunteer

Performance by: Roya Marsh Poet in residence at Urban Word NYC

Buunni Coffee Inwood is hosting, and offers an Ethiopian dinner – vegetarian plate for $15 per person before each #UptownArtStroll event at their Inwood location.
 
This event is made possible thanks to the support of: NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, NYC Department of Small Business Services N360 grant Edison Properties, TD Bank and Boxers NYC Washington Heights