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Courageous Conversations: What The L to talk lesbian spaces and leaders
From Center on Halsted
2018-05-01

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Even with the disappearance of lesbian bars in Chicago, lesbian spaces in Chicago are alive and thriving.

Enjoy a candid conversation with those who have and are creating these spaces with Courageous Conversations: What The L, taking place May 11, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted.

This Courageous Conversations event will be with a panel of those who have and are creating these spaces - we will talk about the challenges they face, the importance behind their efforts, and where these spaces can be found.

The panel will be moderated by Tracy Baim.

Panelists will be Brooke Webster ( Meow Mix, Clandestina ), Amie Klujian ( Back Lot Bash, Curve Chicago ), Bre Berry ( Peach ), Elena May ( Lez Be ), Jenae Williams ( LBC, Chicago Dirty Girls ), Eva Castro ( Stargaze, Castr% Entertainment ), Pat McCombs ( Jeffrey Pub ), Alma Izquierdo ( Amigas Latinas, Clandestina ), Renauda Riddle ( By Women for Women, Brunch ReMixed ), Kristen Kaza ( Slo' Mo ), Tamara Allen ( B.Blyss! )

A cash bar will be available.

$5 is the suggested donation. Online registration will close on Friday, May 11th at 4 p.m. Event tickets may be available at the door.

community.centeronhalsted.org/pages/courageousconversations .


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