Articles in Events
United for marriage: Light the way to justice. The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments this Tuesday and Wednesday, March 26–27, in two cases about freedom to marry. Please join us on Tuesday, March 26, at the federal courthouse in Anchorage (7th & C) in a circle united for equality.
Pariah, a critically acclaimed film about a 17-year-old African-American woman embracing her lesbian identity, will screen at UAA on Friday, November 2, and will be followed by a discussion on acceptance in honor of Mya Dale. The event is free and open to the public.
“Acceptance: An Alternative Approach to Suicide Intervention” comprises two workshops at Alaska Pride Conference 2012 on Saturday, October 6, part of the “Acceptance” series of discussions in honor of Mya Dale.
Alaska Pride Conference 2012 kicks off on October 5 with a First Friday showing at Tref.Punkt Studio of Love is Love, a photographic exhibit of LGBT couples from across the state.
Alaska Pride Conference 2012 will be held October 5-7 in Anchorage at the Millennium Alaskan Hotel. The second annual Alaska statewide GLBT Youth Summit (Alaska youth 13-18) focusing on youth issues in Alaska is being held in conjunction with the Pride Conference at St. John United Methodist Church & at the Millennium Alaska Hotel.
The Kodiak Bar & Grill presents Enchanted Forest, a night of electro-dance, starting 10 PM on Friday, August 31, and lasting through the wee hours of Saturday morning. This is a drug and alcohol-free event for ages 19 and over (bring ID).
Rage City Rollergirls presents “Derby, Baby!” — an indie film about derby addiction and love on the flat track — tonight, Thursday, August 30 at the Bear Tooth. The screening is accompanied by a pre-show reception and post-show Q&A with local skaters.
Identity is seeking presenters for Alaska Pride Conference 2012, to be held Saturday, October 6, 2012 at the Millennium Alaskan Hotel in Anchorage. The deadline for workshop applications is September 4.
Does racial/ethnic identity affect our ability to accept ourselves, accept others, or feel accepted by those around us? Please join us for a discussion in honor of Mya Dale — Sunday, August 26 at the Sugarspoon.
Out North Contemporary Art House presents Leslie Kimiko Ward’s 1,000 Cranes, an exploration of f isolation and interdependence, grief and healing, social media, and the transformative powers of collective art — through the end of August.