Here, you can learn about our current events and activities, and browse through events we’ve held in the past. As you’ll see, our activities are thought-provoking, joyful, informative, and always celebratory of our queer communities of color.
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Let’s start this year off in community! We are coming together and sharing the ways that we, as queer people of color, care for our community and ourselves right in our own homes. From lemon-honey-ginger tea for a sore throat, to using perilla leaves to help with seafood sickness, each of us has knowledge that has been passed down from family and community. In addition to sharing what we know, we also want this to be a space where we…Find out more »
With many stressful and trying events happening around us in this time, the need for self care grows ever more apparent. So at allgo, we are putting aside one evening just be present with our QPOC community in order to share and encourage the various ways that we each practice self care and healing. After all, self care is community care; you can't take care of others without first taking care of yourself. Even outside of the dreary political climate,…Find out more »
allgo is participating as a beneficiary for the Hill Country Ride for AIDS. Join our support team allgo.Find out more »
Sex can be awesome, but it's often complicated, especially for QPOC! From shame to self-doubt to historical trauma, leading a sex life can sometimes feel daunting in our queer and trans bodies. As people of color, our sexuality is repeatedly and non consensually fetishized and disconnected from our own desires and agency. In addition, we’re often actively discouraged from exploring our relationship with sex, and sometimes, this silence, shame, and fear seeps into our own homes. Join us at allgo…Find out more »
We invite our queer people of color communities to join us. We know that queer people of color are full of love and light! However, that doesn’t mean that loving is always easy or that the relationships we have with our lovers don’t hurt us. The stigma that we face as QPOC can often compound in our relationships when it comes to asking for what we need, setting the necessary boundaries for our comfort and safety, and unlearning the normalization…Find out more »
We are excited to announce that allgo is collaborating with the Health Equity and Community Engagement Division of Austin Public Health to offer a health fair that will showcase healers and supporters of Austin's queer and trans communities of color. This event will be free and open to the public. Come out and join us for an afternoon of community healing! Meet community healers and local wellness advocates and learn about the work they have been doing in the community. Throughout…Find out more »
We are happy to announce artist+linguist+educator= Xxaalahh This year's Visiting Performing Artist. The African and African Diaspora Studies Department (AADS) in conjunction with allgo (Texas' statewide queer of color organization) are co-hosting two residency events to celebrate Xxaalahh's work. Both events will be held at allgo and are open to the public. "The Praxis of West Indian Orality: Performance as a Research Method" This workshop explores the use value of Tobago/West Indian yard aesthetics in shaping…Find out more »
The 18th annual Hill Country Ride for AIDS rolls out Saturday April 29th, 2017. Join team allgo in this exciting opportunity for us to work together to ensure that those living with HIV/AIDS in Central Texas have access to much needed services. We are proud to be one of beneficiary organizations. The HCRA Ride provides support for our wellness information, events, and supplies for our communities impacted and affected by HIV/AIDS. How can I support? Join allgo's ride team. Help allgo's ride team…Find out more »
We are happy to announce artist+linguist+educator= Xxaalahh This year's Visiting Performing Artist. The African and African Diaspora Studies Department (AADS) in conjunction with allgo (Texas' statewide queer of color organization) are co-hosting two residency events to celebrate Xxaalahh's work. Both events will be held at allgo and are open to the public. "From Song to Object...and You: Sacred Performance as Pedagogy of Reconciliation" This performance event brings together all the elements of the public workshop towards an education of feeling.…Find out more »