All Yuma Center, Inc is partnering with (another non-profit) Eve Events Group, to bring you a night of Story telling! Please join us on Wednesday, September 4, 2019 at 6 PM – 8 PM at 2511 E 24th St. There is an $8 charge to get in and the proceeds will be split between the 2 Non-profits, and sitting is limited so please RSVP.
Everyone has a different story about how they came out, not only to the world but also to ourselves. We hope by sharing our stories we can give hope to those that are about to “Come Out” the ability to do it, and that they are not alone.
We are a community that helps each other, we come together and we unite as one!
If you would like to share your story please contact them. If you don’t like to be in the public eye they will have people stand by to read your story for you. It’s gonna be a fun night so go to the link below, see you there!!
More events coming soon courtesy of the All Yuma Center.
Many of Yuma’s current LGBTQ related events are found here:
Courtesy of the All Yuma Center. https://www.facebook.com/pg/allyumacentre/events/
A look back:
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YUMA CITIZENS: AWC College had an anti-LGBTQ, evangelical-christian Dean until last year. That old Dean cruelly-fired AWC’s Theater Director (Chip Straley) because Chip was progressive-minded, he was LGBTQ-supportive, he spoke against the Dean’s christian-religion prayers performed at ALL collage ceremonies and Chip helped his students host The Rocky Horror Picture Show (with a live shadow cast) at Halloween.
This year, AWC has a NEW Dean! Word is, the new Dean is kind of progressive. He’s allowing AWC Theater to hold shows of The Laramie Project**. It’s CRITICAL that Yuma citizens heavily attends and support AWC’s The Laramie Project performances!
CALL-TO-ACTION: Please attend AWC’s The Laramie Project shows -Yuma needs to show the new Dean that an LGBTQ-related theater projects is greatly supported and appreciated! If you can’t attend, buy tickets for friends, family or donate to that project.
Arizona Western College is hosting a theater performance about The Laramie Project (**On October 7, 1998, a young gay man was discovered bound to a fence in the hills outside Laramie, Wyoming; an act of hate that shocked the nation. Matthew Shepard’s death became a national symbol of intolerance, but for the people of Laramie, the event was deeply personal, and it is their voices we hear in this stunningly effective theater piece, a deeply complex portrait of a community.)