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Regional: HIV/AIDS Conference, Queer Youth Conference, CJJ New Hires

Carolinas News Notes

The NC HIV/AIDS Advocacy Conference, Building Power Across the Spectrum, will be held from Oct. 6, the 2017 Carolina Conference on Queer Youth will be held on Oct. 13 and Carolina Jews for Justice has announced that it has hired two new staff members to help the organization advance its initiatives.

To Be Queer and Latin in Charlotte

Reflections one year later after Pulse from a ghost queer

When Charlotte held its candlelight vigil for Orlando last year, I went by myself. As usual, I lied to family where I was going for the night and made sure I had access to a quick exit if necessary. The amount of people I saw on arrival was equally suffocating and uplifting, and slowly, I made it to the makeshift front while greeting and hugging friends and people I knew.

Time Out Youth’s 2017 Prom theme: welcome to Hogwarts

Annual event slated for April 21 at Van Landingham Estate

North Carolina’s most prominent LGBTQ youth organization will revitalize its prom tradition on April 21 with a popular theme; the Harry Potter Prom allows LGBTQ youth and allies from in and around the Charlotte area to enjoy an age-old tradition with a memorable twist.

A Mile in My Shoes showcases experiences of young people from Time Out Youth

Unique art exhibit to open Feb. 10 through Feb. 14

The latest program begun by Time Out Youth started as an art workshop, and will be realized with a showcase running from Feb. 10-14. The exhibit, called A Mile in My Shoes, features just that — shoes that the young people at the organization have customized to reflect their experiences as LGBTQ youth.

Charlotte: Youth conference, PFLAG elections, PPSA celebration, fashion show, FCSJ new hire, spirituality series, candidate endorsement

Carolinas News Notes

Time Out Youth Center and The Multicultural Center at UNCC will host a youth conference, PFLAG Kannapolis/Concord are holding elections, Planned Parenthood’s South Atlantic chapter is holding a celebration of the organization’s 100th anniversary, PowerHouse is presenting a fashion show, Freedom Center for Social Justice has a new hire, Caldwell Presbyterian Church is holding a spirituality series and The Victory Fund has endorsed Jame Campbell’s candidacy.