allgo monthly movie night
Black Folks Guide to Black Folks
Join us for movie, munchies and reflections!
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 6:30-9:00 pm
701 Tillery St. Suite A-1 Austin, TX 78702
Snacks provided but feel free to bring your favorite munchies.
In Black Folks Guide to Black Folks, Hanifah Walidah becomes an entire neighborhood of characters linked together in a polyrhythmic mesh of loves and life lessons. In particular, Black Folks Guide approaches the topic of homophobia in the black community by remaining true to the familiar as it blurs the lines and giggles in the faces of sexuality, health, love, faith, and fear.
Curated by Dr. Matt Richardson
!Baile!: The Dance 2014
allgo is excited to announce ¡Baile!: The Dance! 2014,
to be held at the Capital City Events Center,
February 15, 2014, 8:00pm-1:00am.
$15 presale/$20 door
$10 student tickets available online only.
$50 Reserved seating/Sponsorship
Tickets are also available at Bookwoman.
For the past 28 years, allgo’s annual !Baile! has been allgo’s most celebrated fundraising event and provides an excellent opportunity for our communities to dance, build community and continue to invest in the organization.
We invite you to celebrate with us in a night filled with music, dance, community and FUNdraising!
Musical Stylings by DJ Ang. G and Catering by Alfred’s Catering and a Cash Bar
For More Information visit www.allgo.org or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, 512.472.2001 ext. 102
Purchase tickets here.
RSVP on our Facebook page here.
allgo’s 6th Annual Queer People of Color Summit
February 7-9, 2014
allgo’s Queer People of Color Statewide Summit, is a gathering of activist, organizers, cultural workers, artists, and individual community members. The Summit is a place where our communities comes together to build relationships, think critically, envision liberation, and create strategies that build and sustain a queer people of color movement across the state of Texas.
Summit is a space to dialogue about how queer people of color and allies can build a movement that engages the possibilities for a just and equitable society while harnessing and creating our own power. We will explore how we can carry out this work in our local, statewide, and national communities in a way that is healthy and sustainable.
Deadline for applications extended to January 31, 2014
To apply or for more information click here.
Hill Country Ride for AIDS 2014
We are proud to be a beneficiary of the Hill Country Ride for AIDS
, we depend on the Ride to be able to provide services for our communities impacted by HIV/AIDS.
There is a way for everyone of all levels to participate: Ride, Volunteer, and/or Donate. Click her for more information and know that when you register today,
you will be carrying on the tradition we value most: making sure everyone with HIV/AIDS has the care and services they need.
Join us for the Kick Off Party! January 23, 7:00-9:00pm