Join LGBT Detroit for HTJ Community Meeting

By |2017-01-12T09:00:00-05:00January 12th, 2017|Michigan, News|


LGBT Detroit announced it will open up the Hotter Than July planning process to the community on Jan. 25 at 6 p.m. This year’s HTJ theme is “I Am Because We Are.”
“To strive to make this year’s celebration better, we are expanding community involvement,” said Curtis Lipscomb, executive director for LGBT Detroit. “Therefore, the input and resources of volunteers are a major impact to the success of the event.”
This is LGBT Detroit’s first meeting of 2017 at the Community Health Awareness Group at 1300 W. Fort St. in Detroit.
The organization welcomes presentations, proposals, and ideas that will build the LGBTQA+ movement.
“We pride ourselves on creating safe, brave spaces for our community members to be heard and visible,” said Charlie Dickerson, program coordinator for LGBT Detroit. “So grab your pen, paper, and resources, and be ready to share with us how you will support in making this July the hottest it’s ever been.”
For more information, visit LGBT Detroit on its Facebook page.

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