This is your Q: Building Community Through Dialogue

This is your Q: Building Community Through Dialogue

What matters most to Vancouver’s queer community? What are our most pressing issues? How can we better unify to address them? Given our community’s inherent diversity in age, politics, ethnicity, ability, sexual identity, and more, how can we even begin to answer these questions?

We are a group of SFU students who believe that a safe, accessible, and engaging community forum is a good place to start. We want to initiate collaboration through conversation; solutions via solidarity; to hear and be heard.

You are cordially invited to join us for round-table dialogues designed to bring us together—our experiences, our concerns, our ideas—and create our collective future. Don’t miss this chance to connect with our community’s activists, public officials, local artists, students, our allies, and others in an effort to envision a vibrant and inclusive queer community for Vancouver.

Join the conversation early by visiting and contributing to our event blog (

And stick around afterward for a multimedia performance showcase and dance party, featuring drag, burlesque, live music, and comedy.

Date: April 5th, 2012
Place: The Cobalt, 917 Main St.
Conversation: 5 – 8 (4:30 registration)
Party and Show: 9 – Late

Admission to the Dialogue is 5$ (no one will be turned away for financial reasons)
Admission to the Dance is 8$
Admission to both is 10$
This is a 19+ event

For more Info:
Tweet: @thisisyourq

Download poster below.

this is your q revised

**Thanks to Pacific Coast Technical and the Cobalt for sponsoring this event!

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