In celebration of Brooklyn’s vibrant and diverse community, join Brooklyn Pride, Inc. in supporting our friends at Caribbean Equality Project, CAMBA, Jewish Voice for Peace-New York City, and Sadhana: Coalition of Progressive Hindus for an interfaith conversation on the intersections of faith/ spirituality and LGBTQIA+ identity. The evening will feature a screening of the Caribbean Equality Project’s “My Truth, My Story,” an interfaith panel discussion, storytelling, cultural performances, Q&A, and networking.
What: Brooklyn Pride Interfaith Conversation
When: Friday, June 8, 2018 | 5:30PM – 7:30pm
Where: Brooklyn Community Pride Center
1360 Fulton Street
Register + Information: https://BrooklynPrideInterfaith.eventbrite.com
Speakers and Panel:
Rev. F. Romall Smalls, Senior Affiliate Chaplain NYU and Pastoral/Spiritual Care Counselor at GMHC
Faisal Alam, Muslims for Sexual and Gender Diversity (MASGD)
Pratima Doobay, Sadhana
Skyler Manchoon, “My Truth, My Story”, Caribbean Equality Project
Rev. Sue Webley Cox, Rivers of Living Water Ministries.
Yael Horowitz, Jewish Voice for Peace – NY Chapter
Roslyn Campbell and Kareem Youngblood, CAMBA
Cultural Performace by International Dancer Zaman
The forum aims to create an intergenerational space for guests to hear from LGBTQ faith leaders and actively engage in dialogue to shape a dynamic exchange of stories and experiences.
Refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public