Lewisboro Celebrates Pride: Conversation on LGBTQIA+ Allyship June 15

There for Each Other: A Lewisboro Conversation on LGBTQIA+ Allyship June 15

Want to be a supportive LGBTQIA+ ally, but not sure how to start? Want to be able to speak to your neighbors or children about LGBTQIA+ topics, but scared of saying the wrong thing? Join your fellow Lewisboro neighbors in a judgment-free community dialogue led by current and former Lewisboro LGBTQIA+ community members and John Jay alums. There for Each Other: A Lewisboro Conversation on LGBTQIA+ Allyship is set for Tuesday, June 15, 8-9:30 pm. We welcome all residents of Lewisboro and our neighboring towns to RSVP here for the Zoom link.
“So many folks want to support LGBTQIA+ youth, community members, and loved ones, but simply don’t know what to say or where to start,” says Lewisboro Celebrates Pride organizer, Rachel Simon. "This is a great chance for us to begin that conversation with our neighbors in a respectful space focused on learning and listening.”
This conversation will have two parts: a) open Q&A on any and all LGBTQIA+ topics, and b) a neighbor-to-neighbor conversation on how to create a safer, more supportive community for LGBTQIA+ residents and children. Whether you’re just starting your allyship journey or well on your way, come join your neighbors for a supportive, inspiring evening of learning together. 
For more information on other Lewisboro Pride events, including Pride in the Park at Onatru Farm on Saturday, June 26, please follow Lewisboro Celebrates Pride on Facebook or Instagram - @LewisboroCelebratesPride


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