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Published on Jun 15, 2016
BRIC TV, in collaboration with Housing Works, hosted a live televised #BHeard Town Hall on LGBTQ civil rights. In light of the events in Orlando, the goal of the conversation was to craft a collective vision on the issues of discrimination, housing, healthcare and, most importantly, safety within the LGBTQ community.
It’s a movement that found political voice at Stonewall, power during the AIDS epidemic, and a won a key national victory with same-sex marriage. But there’s still work to be done, so where do we go from here?
Opening remarks by: Carlos Menchaca, Brooklyn's first openly LGBT NYC Council Member
Panelists include: Ritchie Torres- New York City Council Member, District 15 (Bronx) Kiara St. James- Housing Works and New York Trans Advocacy Group (NYTAG) Meredith Talusan- LGBT Staff Writer at Buzzfeed News Carl Siciliano-Executive Director of The Ali Forney Center Professor Katherine Franke- Director, Columbia University Center for Gender & Sexuality Law
Hosted by: Brian Vines
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