Rainbow Town Hall
October 21, 2021 @ 6:00PM — 7:00PM Hawaii
The internet, social media, and especially the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, have transformed how humans engage with each other. How do these changes affect communication and relationship building? And what does advocacy and community organizing look like during and post-pandemic? What does advocacy and community organizing look like for queer people and why is it important? This panel will explore these questions as well as share the ways and the lessons learned in their own advocacy and community organizing work.
Join us for an evening with our featured panelists including Thaddeus Pham, Dr. Tati Young, Sarah Kamakwiwo'ole, and Mana Shim, and moderated by Sarah "Mili" Milanta-Laffin. We will also have a special performance by our guest Izik. For more information about our panelists and other Rainbow Town Halls, please visit: https://hawaiilgbtlegacyfoundation.com
Food will be provided for those who join in-person.
NOTE: In this special hybrid event, please reserve a limited ticket for an in-person conversation. Masks, proof of vaccination, and social distancing will be strictly enforced. A reserved ticket is required to attend. If all tickets are no longer available, please email email@example.com to be put on the waitlist.
If you are NOT interested in attending in-person, but would like to join VIRTUALLY, please register at the following link: https://courts-hawaii-gov.zoom.us/webinar/register...