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UK Black Pride presents
QTIPOC Nightlife London
Sunday 7 May
In a nutshell
Free discussion on QTIPOC clubbing and nightlife
Night Czar Amy Lamé joins Vogue scene entrepreneur and dancer Jay-Jay Revlon, Bootylicious promoter Thomas Mukte and DJs & activists Munroe Bergdorf, Kartel Brown and Yvonne Taylor in this urgent conversation about LGBTQI+ clubbing for black and minority ethnic communities. What can we learn from the longterm legacy of the underground BAME LGBT scene? What new trends in nightlife are emerging? Are there any safe spaces or do venues discriminate against QTIPOC promoters and clubbers? How can we better support the diversity of the queer scene?
What to Expect
A free 90 minute public panel discussion and powwow with six players and activists and questions and comments from the audience.
UK Black Pride holds a large scale annual celebration for black / BME people of african, asian, caribbean, middle eastern & latin american descent who identify as LGBT+ & friends.
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah is a community trailblazer who co-founded UK Black Pride, sits on the race relations committee of the TUC and a trustee of Stonewall. She made headlines in 2016 for refusing an MBE in the New Years Honours List.
Arts producer and activist Kayza Rose is head of media for UK Black Pride, an Arts Council changemaker with LGBT outfit Duckie and also runs BlackOutLDN, which organising protests and solidarity events, in struggles around race and empowerment.
What people are saying
'One of Britain’s foremost black queer activists' The Indepenedent on Lady Phyll
Why does Rich Mix matter?
'The space and support they give the community is amazing.'
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Things you should know
This event is wheelchair accessible.