The work of the Southern Unity Movement is to build a more unified Black LGBT community through advocacy, and cultural education that fosters multi-gender, intergenerational participation.
The Southern Unity movement will provide leadership training and cultural education resources in collaboration with community partners.
This work is necessary to enhance the agency and well being of people who are Black and LGBTQ or otherwise gender/sex non-conforming in the South.
The Out on Film Festival, Southern Unity Movement, and ViiV Healthcare invite you to an advanced screening of the Netflix feature "Rustin."
Landmark’s Midtown Art Cinema
931 Monroe Dr. NE | Atlanta, GA 30308
***Cocktail Reception next door at Aprés Diem from 5:30p to 6:45 sponsored by Center for Black Equity
Rustin is a 2023 biopic about Bayard Rustin, an openly Black labor, antiwar and human rights advocate, who was the driving force behind the 1963 March on Washington.
~Directed by George C. Wolfe
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Center for Black Equity
Tiger’s Eye Collective
Horis A. Ward Funeral Home
Dr. Fred Smith
Atlanta Pride Committee
Wharton Research Team,
Emory University School of Nursing
EM Designs Group (EMDG LLC)
BG Promotions, Inc.
Meak Productions, Inc.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.
The Breakfast is grounded in Black LGBT organizing yet it convenes a multiracial, intergenerational platform for mutual support and mobilization. As an annual event the Breakfast educates participants and connects them to individuals, organizations and coalitions working toward social change.
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