On Sunday 29 March – members of the BlackOut Collective presented an online discussion, ‘Living with Miss Rona’ – here are the links and resources they identified Continue reading Links: Life with Miss Rona
The BlackOut HUB is now available on Google Play and Apple App Stores. For and by Black queer men in the UK, Download it today, have a look round and tell us what you think of it. Continue reading download: oh app-y day!
If you are a Black queer man who would like to contribute by volunteering to help with event management, performing, or leading a skills, development or arts workshop, use the linked form to send us your pitch. We are also keen to hear from those who have retail businesses who would like to take part in a community marketplace. Continue reading event: It’s Brunch … Pitches No.2
We’re back! After the stonking success of the first Black Men Who Brunch, we can’t wait to bring you the second of our day long events that centre and celebrate Black gay/bi/trans men. Sunday 23rd Feb, Central London 12 – 9 Continue reading EVENT: Black men who brunch – the sequel
If you are a Black queer man who would like to contribute by performing, or leading a skills, development or arts workshop, use the linked form to send us your pitch. We are also keen to hear from those who have retail businesses who would like to take part in a community marketplace. Continue reading event: It’s Brunch … Pitches
Join us for a brand new monthly event that will be shaped for us, by us. Starting this holiday season with a taster event to bring some realness to break up the Christmas schmaltz. The arguments in favour of Brunch … Continue reading event: for black men who brunch
As important to us, is that we take this unique opportunity to see, and understand, each other. While government, and the public services that our taxes contribute to, have a responsibility to respond to our needs, we could be the heroes we’ve been waiting for. Continue reading invite: (role) models to feature ‘in the picture’
In 2003 when Lius was subject to a vicious homophobic attack in a London street, he thought he might die. Very much alive, for Pride2019 he responds; with beauty – Orange File Continue reading view: Orange File
If we want representation, then we have to represent Continue reading Read: Picking battles
BlackOut will launch Lessons In The Life in 2019 – an online learning curriculum by Black queer men for Black queer men. We’re looking for up to 4 workshop facilitators and an online web/app designer to help deliver the project. Continue reading Apply: Lessons In The Life
This World Aids Day we remember those we have lost
This World Aids Day we stand in solidarity with those living with HIV
This World Aids Day we give thanks for the efforts of those who have worked and continue to work to limit the impact of HIV in our lives
This World Aids Day we renew our commitment to working to end AIDS Continue reading Watch: No longer speechless? World Aids Day 2018
40 years on, this Sidney (Twelve Angry Men, Dog Day Afternoon) Lumet directed, Quincy Jones produced soundtrack, with songs written by Stevie Wonder and Luther Vandross, and cast including Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Richard Pryor, and Lena Horne The WIZ is what we need right now. Continue reading Event: The Wiz @ 40 – The Category is . . .