RaricaNow and Shades Of color Bring to you afamily picnic at the water park. This will comes with a lot of fun activity and community boarding games. You can't afford to miss sign up with firstname.lastname@example.org International Transgender day of visibility March 31st It takes a lot of courage to grow up in a transphobic,homophobic world and become who you really are today , your loved , your strong, your voice matter and our stories are visible. VIVA -to my transome brothers and sisters (viva) VIVA -to transgender activists (viva) VIVA - to my life (viva) VIVA-to our visibility day (viva) VIVA-to our transgender youth (viva) Viva-to transgender Community (viva) VIVA-to transgender Allies (viva) Takes courage to grow up and become who you really are. Happy transgender day of remembrance
This conference that is organised by the University of Alberta faculty of medicine under Dr.Micheal Marshal and the Medical students association is to address most issues in the are faced by the members of the community and all the youth at long is so beneficial and informative on the most interesting subject like Intersex Health, LGBTQ+ Sexual health , prEP and many others . MUST attend
Beginning of March, Adebayo Quinitiiti got an oppotunity to speak about the intersections of LGBTIQ+ identities and race for GET WOKE: AN OPEN PANEL at the University of Alberta's Augustana Campus in Camrose, Alberta to close off Black History Month! ✨ More power to you, brother!✊?
Every year on 26th January, Uganda's LGBTI community observes the memory of David Kisuule Kato, a gay rights activist who was brutally murdered at his home in Mukono on this exact date 8 years ago. Born in February 1964, David who was a teacher by profession was the first gay man to openly campaign for rights of LGBTI persons in Uganda. The outspoken Human Rights Activist was the Advocacy officer of Sexual Minorities Uganda, a network of LGBT organizations in Uganda. He was among the 100 people whose names and photos, accompanied with addresses were published in an article headlined "HANG THEM" in the Rolling Stone newspaper (October 2010) which called for the execution of homosexuals in the country a few months before his death. David Kato is recognized as…
Our Own Adebayo has been appointed by the Government of Alberta Anti Racism Council, to represent the LGBTIQ RARICAnow community and the transgender and Qbpoc in Alberta "HUGE Congratulations??? to Adebayo Quinitiiti for being chosen to be a part of Alberta's Anti-Racism Council! "The council will advise government as it develops strategies to end racism and discrimination in Alberta. This council is the first of its kind in the province." We look forward to Adebayo's contributions to the Council, representing RARICA Now! along the way ?''