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We’re only into the first half-year of the administration, and it’s frightening to look already at what’s being done to attack and undermine LGBTQ rights.” It’s the outside threats against LGBTQ people of color, whether physical, emotional, or political, that attendees of DC Black Pride seek to insulate themselves from as they gather with other LGBTQ black people, basking in the weekend’s positive energy and support. Wilson/Roosevelt Room A day-long workshop examining what life looks like for black LGBTQ and same-gender loving people.
The weekend, at 27 the longest-running Black Pride in the world, may be saturated with parties, but it’s also educational. Topics include aging, intergenerational interaction.
Be sure to check out the baby goats before you call it a day!
• Gallery Crawl - Spend Friday night walking the Dupont Circle Gallery Crawl, soaking up the contemporary, cross-cultural exhibitions at a dozen locales, including the Hillyer Art Space, the Toolbox, and the Foundry Gallery.
But, DC also has a reputation for being one of the most transient places in the country. It’s holding on to him or her that’s the challenge. This is not "the one" and you should not take this person home to Mom.
But there's more to DC's dating scene than meets the eye, and things tend to particularly heat up with the weather and the accompanying disappearance of bulky winter wear.
All events are at the Grand Hyatt Washington, 1000 H St.
A competition highlighting the spoken word talents of the black LGBTQ community. To participate, sign up online at or in the hospitality suite by 1 p.m. Attendees also get access to Daryl Wilson’s Epic Live party.
• Comfort Food & Trivia - Team up for Wednesday Night Trivia at Stoney's!
Perch on high-top stools and enjoy draft beer and piping hot Super Grilled Cheese sandwiches as you put your heads together in the glow of warm Edison bulbs to answer tricky trivia questions brainstormed by the Stoney's staff.