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Lesbians & Gays
LOS ANGEijfes/NEW YORK - The
Seventh Annual National Black Gay
and Lesbian Conference is slated for
Februarv 17-21, 1994 at the
Meadow lands Hilton in Secaucus, New
Jersey. This year's theme, "Black Gays
and Lesbians: From Silence to
Celebration...Beyond 28 Days", will
celebrate the past contributions Black
Gays and Lesbians have made to the
world and the need to focus on the
present contributions we make on a
day-to-day basis beyond the month of
February (Black History Month).
The Conference draws national and
international participants from as far
away as South Africa. The Conference
workshops and institutes are facilitated
by African-American Gay and Lesbian
and Transsexual Transgcnder
communities. Workshop topics include:
self-empowerment, culture.arts, family
issues, youth issues, hetcrosexism,
homophobia, health, public policy,
economics, and gay/lesbian issues.
The conference is sponsored by the
Black Gay and Lesbian Leadership
Forum which was established in 1988
to strengthen, empower and provide a
network for African-American Gays
and Lesbians. For registration and
information, call (21 3) 964-7820.
members are invited to attend. HOG is a social
group for Gay men and Lesbians who enjoy the
outdoors. Call the HOG hotline (KAMPOUT) for
info and free trial newsletter.
Women's Network - Carol Marashi, author of
Sensual Eating, will discuss issues concerning
women and food. The Women's Network meets
the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at the Montrose
Counseling Center, 701 Richmond, 7:00-9pm.
FMI, call 529-0037.
Bi-NET - Bisexual Network of Houston meets Wed
evenings 7-9pm at Metropolitan Church of the
Ressurection (MCCR) 1919 Dacatur St. 861-9149
Lesbian/Bi-sexual Therapy Group - A New Way
See entry for Thursday, Jan 6.
New Start Lesbian Therapy Group - Evelyn
Virnau. See entry for Thursday, Jan 6.
After Hours - Gay & Lesbian Late Nite Radio,
Saturdays midnight to 3:00am. KPFT 90.1 FM
The Women's Group - Where as Women do we
Stand on Pornography? We will explore
traditional First Amendment analyses, women's
civil rights violations, our vision for women's
sexuality and anti-censorship. This is the first of
a 5-week series on women talking about crime,
gender specific violences, and gender equality.
Please organize your thoughts, fears, questions
and solutions for these Sundays. The Women's
Group meets at 10am in the Sojourner Truth room
(upstairs), First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin.
For more info, call Iris 529-8571 or Janet
PRIDE WEEK EARLY JUNE
Due to the twenty fifth anniversary of the
Stonewall Riots being celebrated in New
York City during the later part of June,
Pride Week in Houston will run from June
3 to the 12th. The parade in Houston will
TAKE A STAND!
The Right Wing is on the move with
millions of members and volunteers
writing and calling Congress. It's time
to fight back! The Human Rights
Campaign Fund leads the fight for
L/G/B rights on the national level and
needs your help to wage an effective
battle. From now until the November
elections we need committed,
motivated individuals in Texas to
generate grassroots pressure on
Congress with telegrams, letters,
phone calls and lobby visits. Earn
money working as a coordinator in
your community. Respond to hatred
and coordinator in your community.
Respond to hatred and lies. Fight the
right wing! Call Brian at
Support Group for Women with Life
This group provies emotional support for women
(lesbian, bisexual, or at least lesbian friendly)
whose lives are being impacted by health issues;
the emphasis is on "life challenging" as opposed to
life threatening. A sampling of diseases current
members deal with include cancer, leukemia,
scleroderma, ulcerative colitis, diabetes,
osteoporosis, lupus, chronic fatigue syndrome, and
other immune disorders. Meetings are held the
third Wednesday of each month from 7:00-8:30
P.M. Significant others are encouraged to attend.
For more information and meeting location, call
Leila at 728-1914. or Marian at 667-8735.