Tag: LGBTQ

Trans Day of Visibility Photobooth

Come by the photobooth on Level 4 and celebrate Trans Day of Visibility!

Trans Day of Visibility celebrates the transgender community and their contributions to society.

Grab & Go bags with pronoun pins and trans history pages available.

Open to all teens, 12-18.


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T4InQlusion: Virtual Vibes Reading Lounge

Catch a virtual vibe with Teens 4 InQlusion!

Join Jet and a musical guest for a virtual read-in.

Bring a book, creative project, or just kick back and chill while we read a lone, together.

Open to teens 12-18. Email Jet at jbutler@cals.org to sign up.


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DIY Pronoun Pins

Express yourself! Decorate and take your own pronoun pins.

Grab & Go bags contain:

  • 1 pre-made pin
  • 1 blank button template
  • Gender pronoun guide
  • Coloring sheets

Bring your finished design to Level 4 to be pressed into a pin.

Limit 1 per patron.


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Six Bridges Book Festival: R. Eric Thomas

Laugh-Out-Loud Humor Has Deep Spiritual Center in Memoir of Growing Up Gay, Black, and Christian

If you know R. Eric Thomas from his work as a daily humor columnist for ELLE Magazine online, you’re familiar with ebullient, hilarious flights of snark and fancy like his postmortem on the Democratic primary’s Iowa Caucus:

“Yes,


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Silas House to Speak on Love, Faith, and Judgment in His Novel SOUTHERNMOST

On February 25, author Silas House will speak in person on his timely and powerful novel Southernmost, as a guest of the Oxford American magazine’s speaker series South Words.

House’s novel tells a story that manages to be both fresh and painfully familiar for many in the south. When evangelical preacher Asher Sharp offers shelter to two gay men after a catastrophic flood,


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