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Beginning Monday, July 13, the Center will begin to offer in-person services on a limited, by-appointment basis. Staff on a staggered work schedule will be on-site Monday through Friday from noon to 5 PM until further notice. Awards will be presented in , and the video series will be released in March Elected officials, developers, and community leaders gathered at Brooklyn Community Pride Center on February 11th to sign a year lease on our new Crown Heights headquarter to be housed in a newly renovated space at Bedford-Union Armory. After more than a year in development with input from hundreds of community members, we have created a framework for what we hope to achieve in the next five years and beyond. June 4, pm - pm.
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The mission of the Brooklyn Community Pride Center is to provide a safe, common space offering physical and mental health services, social support, recreational and cultural programming, as well as being a hub of information for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals and families in Brooklyn. Through promotion of the empowerment, development, and general welfare of the LGBT community with emphasis on gender, racial, and ethnic parity, we are committed to affecting positive change within our Borough, and the community at large. The inclusion of any organization or person in this database does not constitute a representation, warranty or endorsement with respect to the competence, suitability or reliability of such organization or person by NYC Service; nor does NYC Service sponsor or endorse any third-party website. Skip to content. Login Register.
Lyna Perez. Age: 24. Hello my name is Mia. If looking for a local girl to have fun with late at night - you found her. I live here in Amsterdam and can do many nice things.
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For a community organization that has historically gathered people as part of our work, this is the moment to consider the balance between autonomy and collective safety in movement building cultures. The safety work of gathering crowds is being transposed to meet the needs of the moment, but the philosophical questions underpinning it are present. During the month of June , we will be conducting a story gathering and base-building drive and are looking for people who can work with us to do outreach all over the city.