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Identity 2004-04-01

identity 2004-04-01

Angela Davis in Chicago

INCARCERATION AND DETENTION: RACE AND HUMAN RIGHTS is a forum Friday, April 2, 7 p.m., Assembly Hall, International House, 1414 E. 59th Street, Chicago, with a keynote address by Angela Y. Davis. The forum continues ...


The Literary Exchange celebrated the release of Mother Tongues, an anthology featuring dozens of African American women, including many from Chicago. Call (773) 509-6881 for details. Photos by Renee Brown ...
V-Day Southwest

V-Day Southwest

C.C. Carter hosted a very successful V-Day Southwest performance of the Vagina Monologues March 6 at the DuSable Museum. The event featured many well-known activists and performers reading excerpts from Eve Ensler's play. Proceeds went to ...
identity 2004-04-01

En La Vida: Reel Queer!

Latino Film Festival Celebrates 20 years with Pride

The Chicago Latino Film Festival celebrates its 20th Anniversary this year with more than 100 films, including some of the most memorable films of previous festivals. The event is produced by the International Latino Cultural ...
identity 2004-04-01

En La Vida: Briefly

Queer Latin(o/a) America: Diasporas and Histories is a one-day symposium at the University of Chicago Saturday, May 15, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Registration starts at 9 a.m. Coffee and bagels available. Speakers include: Frances ...
identity 2004-04-01

BLACKlines: Don't Call Me A Dyke!

'We're queer, we're here, get used to it!' 'Dyke Power!' We've heard these rally cries plenty of times in the past. But did you ever notice that the majority of people yelling those phrases were ...
identity 2004-04-01

BLACKlines: Thoughts and Ideas

R & B legend Tyrone Davis sang the lyrics 'Baby can I change my mind? I just want to start all over again.' There is really no starting over in life, but there is nothing so constant as change. For ...
identity 2004-04-01

MUNDO 'De-mente' La fabula

Me sentí invadido. Lloraba desesperado sin comprender lo que pasaba. El agua calló en mi rostro mezclandose con mis lagrimas. Todo era confuso, creo que sentí miedo... lo dicen las fotos. Mi bautizo fue el ...
identity 2004-04-01

SPIRITUALITY Purrfectly Speaking

Hi! I am so full right now I don't know what to do. This last quarter of school has drained me, mentally, emotionally and spiritually ... but I've loved every minute of it. I had two classes, both of a ...
identity 2004-04-01

Feminism Forum

Hosted by The Public Square, Eleanor Smeal, the Feminist Majority Foundation President, pivotal policy maker, and one of the main organizers for the upcoming March for Women's Lives in Washington, D.C., comes to Chicago as ...
identity 2004-04-01

Testigo de Jehova Gay o Lesbica?

A Common Bond (Un Vínculo Común) es un grupo de apoyo para Testigos de Jehová (ex o presentes) gay-lésbicas. Se reúne regularmente el tercer domingo del mes. Este mes la reunion sera el 18 de ...
identity 2004-04-01


A Common Bond is a support network for ex or current LGBT Jehovah's Witnesses. This month's is April 18th. ACB is safe place to explore LGBT/JW issues. Interested? 708-504-2813 or Confidentiality assured. ...
identity 2004-04-01

LGBT Suicide Forum

Suicide & LGBT Mental Health in Chicago: A Community Discussion will be held April 7. Join mental health professionals and gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community members in a program to address the reality of ...
identity 2004-04-01

TPAN benefit

Test Positive Aware Network will host Celebrations of Spring Thursday April 1, 2004 at the Belloc Lowndes Gallery, 835 W. Washington Blvd., from 6-9 p.m. Guests will sample a variety of wines perfect for Spring ...
identity 2004-04-01

Adodi Elections

Adodi Chicago elected officers for two-year terms in March. Those voted in are: President Earnest E. Hite, Vice President Keith Judon, Treasurer Glenn Wright, Corresponding Secretary Clarence Brown and Recording ...
identity 2004-04-01

CULTURE Femmes, Stand and Be Counted

Lately, I've been questioning about where I fit in this world and what part I play in the fight and struggles of the Lesbigay movement. 'You see, I'm a femme—a lipstick lesbian—a real girlie girl, ...
identity 2004-04-01

CULTURE a wo'mn called sir

people often assume me to be a Black man and in some ways i am but mostly i'm a Black butch/which to me is about gender identity/in combination with energy sensibility style and Spirit. for me ...
Riva Lehrer's Circle Stories at Michigan Ave Gallery

Riva Lehrer's Circle Stories at Michigan Ave Gallery

Riva Lehrer's Circle Stories is at the Michigan Avenue Gallery, Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington. Exhibit shows through May 30. Gescheidle Gallery (312) 654-0600. Pictured: Eli Claire. ...
GENDER: LCCP's Goring 'comes out' as trans

GENDER: LCCP's Goring 'comes out' as trans

Getting used to the new name, and especially the new pronouns, has been the hardest part for Mo's friends and colleagues. As 'she' gradually becomes a 'he,' Mona (Mo) Goring—one of two full-time staff at the ...
HEALTH: Thinking Again

HEALTH: Thinking Again

' ... Since the late 80's, I have been both ambushed and abused by HIV prevention advertisements—in magazines, on billboards, at bus stops, on flyers plastered on walls and stapled to telephone posts. Ambushed because ...
identity 2004-04-01

News Roundup

The National Latina Lesbian Health Summit presented by LLEGO, the National Latina/o Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Organization is the first of its kind, in Washington, D.C., April 22-25, 2004 with sexual minority women from ...
identity 2004-04-01


When I started this column I made a charge to all of us. That we demand that spirituality is a necessity to us as GLBT people. And, that in spite of rejection from our congregations, our families or society, that ...

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