Pearl’s Return; a recyclable, popup event, art, and social club – reviving a lost Black gay bar from 1970s Brixton, to create a networked destination for expression, connections, and Black LGBTQ+ joy Continue reading PLEDGE: PEARL’S RETURN
In solidarity: Revd Jarel Robinson @blkoutuk, @HouseofRainbow We are individuals and organisations who hold the interests of our Black LGBTQ siblings dear to our hearts. To whom it may concern . . . This week we have seen the best … Continue reading READ: IN SOLIDARITY
Later today (Sun 6th Dec) we launch our new regular event format – A S S E M B L Y
Join us for an engaging, action-focused review of UK based, Black heritage and history interventions, and where our Black queer lives – starting at 6pm
Join us for informal, lively discussions, focused debate, chat, and connection. Join us where Black Queer experiences move from the margins to centre stage (without apology).
New, community-led research report from BLKOUT_UK, the Black queer men’s collective, presents the results of a ground-breaking research project Continue reading Read: We’re all Black Queer Men now
It’s Not Black History Month if it doesn’t include Black Queer folk . . .Did you think there wouldn’t be a test? There’s always a test! Continue reading COMPETE: THE BLKOUT BLACK HISTORY MONTH QUIZ 2020
CLICK COVER TO READ THE REPORT Continue reading REPORT: IN THE PICTURE
BLKOUT_UK has come out of the quiet, forming networks for voice, resilience, and joy – building a new kind of community among those too often let down by communities. Look out for our latest research ‘In The Picture’ published later this week Continue reading launch: WE_ARE_BLKOUT
Having sampled the taste for collective, community ownership at UK Black Pride, the last decade has witnessed Black and minority ethnic queer communities start to take ownership in other spaces and reach for more ambitious goals. UK Black Pride has been instrumental in that change. Continue reading Read: UK Black Pride – A deeper love
In this provocative discussion paper, Rob Berkeley argues that a too-simplistic definition of community as ‘place’ or neighbourhood serves to perpetuate exclusion and inequality for minority communities – including Black queer men Continue reading Long Read: Out of Place, Again?
Global Black Gay Men Connect (GBGMC), in partnership with Grindr, are hosting a global virtual Black Gay Pride Event on Friday 10 July 2020. Continue reading Event: Black Gay Pride Worldwide
One month since the police killing of George Floyd, we invite you to reflect, re-focus and recharge – racism is exhausting, racism is traumatic, at breathe846 choose from the 10 ways to take control, relax and breathe – all especially designed by our partners for you. Continue reading self-care: breathe846.org – reclaim time from racism