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SAGE to Host April 30 Virtual Social Poetry Hour

By | 2020-04-28T14:49:43-04:00 April 28th, 2020|Michigan, News|

SAGE Metro Detroit is an organization that works to advocate for LGBTQ elders across the Metro area. On Thursday, April 30, at 11 a.m. the organization is inviting attendees to a digital social gathering and celebration of National Poetry Month.

“Bring your favorite words, thoughts, stanzas or just listen as we share a live reading from local writer, poet and activist, Michelle Elizabeth Brown, and check-in with resources for our LGBT community members around the state on how to stay happy and healthy at home,” write event organizers.

Check out the event’s schedule here:

11:05-11:10 (5 min): Overview and Introduction to SAGE Virtual Social by Jim Sechelski, SAGE Metro Detroit Board Chair

11:10-11:40 (30 min): Poetry presentation by Michelle Elizabeth Brown

11:40-11:50 (10 min): Q&A / Additional Poetry from participants

11:50-Noon (10 min): Concluding remarks, policy updates, next Virtual Social topic and local resources by Angie Perone, Executive Director of SAGE Metro Detroit.

Click here to find out more about the event and register or call 734-681-0854.

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