«Let's Talk About» is an ongoing series of community discussions aimed at honoring and embracing the voices of marginalized groups in the Atlanta LGBTQIAA community.
What are Pride's roots? What does Stonewall mean to us today? Is Pride still revolutionary? These are just a few questions posed to Pride, and we'll answer them and more!
Join Atlanta Pride on Thursday, September 14th at 6PM at the Phillip Rush Center Annex for a community discussion about Pride's roots, present, and future! Refreshments will be served. Meeting will start at 6:30PM.
This is an accessible event.
The venue has a ramp into the event space.
There are 2 stairs and a handrail at the main entrance.
The venue is all one level inside.
There are no barriers at the thresholds of the doors.
All doors are ADA compliant.
ADA compliant restrooms with handrails are available.
Wheelchair friendly aisles and seating.
Service animals welcome.
There is a large parking lot behind the building.
For those with chemical sensitivities, this is not a scent-free event.
This is a child-friendly event.
If you need a language interpreter, ppt in advance or other accommodations, please email email@example.com