Sunday, 7 September 2014, 12:00-3:30 pm
Simple lunch at 12:00pm in the Assembly Room- all donations welcome (lunch in support of LGBT Ugandans who are fleeing violence)
Film starts at 1:00pm in the Meeting Room – no cost.
Panel discussion follows
Friends Meeting of Washington, 2111 Florida Ave NW (DuPont Circle Metro)
The film explores the role of American Evangelicals in Uganda in promoting homophobia, which contributed to the passing of that country’s Anti?Homosexuality Law.
Wednesday, July 30, 6:30 pm
Chase Brexton Community Room
1111 N. Charles Street – Baltimore
The New Black chronicles dialogues within Maryland’s African American communities about marriage equality for same-sex couples, focusing on 2012′s Question 6 campaign to preserve the state’s marriage equality law.
PFLAG National—the nation’s largest organization for parents, families, friends and allies united with people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT)— released the following statement from Executive Director Jody M. Huckaby on the issue of religious exemptions and the law
This webinar will focus on the connections between the reproductive justice and LGBTQ Liberation movements and communities, the exciting work being done at this intersection, and recommendations for building relationships and successful organizing and advocacy in these two arenas.
Saturday, June 28
Carroll Creek Linear Park Frederick, MD
New this year: a Pride Interfaith Service at 11am the morning of Pride. Many area religious leaders will take part. The guest speaker will be Rev. Frank Schaefer, the former Pennsylvania United Methodist pastor that was defrocked after presiding at the same-sex wedding ceremony of his gay son.