Q Youth Foundation
Eastside Queer Storytelling:
EncLAve by Cindy Ly
Queer Storytelling @ Corazon Del Pueblo
Join us at Corazon Del Pueblo for the 2nd in a series of Queer Storytelling.
Come strengthen community! Hear stories and share your own.
The theme for this Storytelling is “Stories from the Hood”
If you would like to be a featured storyteller please email Ana Bernal – email@example.com
Queer Storytelling is presented by Q Youth Foundation and the Eastside Q Club.
Missing in The Rainbow:
LA Weekly 5 Great Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week:
BY ZACHARY PINCUS-ROTH
FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015
Learn about LGBTQIA representation in Hollywood
While representation of LGBTQIA characters is growing in the pop culture world, there is still a lot of work to be done. Other than a few standouts — Golden Globe winner Transparent, Orange Is the New Black and MTV’s Faking It among them — media is centered around the L, G and B. Moreover, representation of people of color is still sorely lacking in the entertainment landscape. That’s where Missing in the Rainbow is trying to make an impact. This two-hour panel and workshop event organized by Q Youth Foundation aims to explore stereotypical media portrayals and more in a session that will include entertainment pros. Echo Park Film Center, 1200 N. Alvarado Blvd., Echo Park; Sat., Jan. 24, 8-10 p.m.; free. (213) 484-8846; echoparkfilmcenter.org, qyouthfoundation.org. —Liz Ohanesian
Honor41.org : The 41 List 2015 Honoree
The 41 List honors and celebrates 41 Latin@ LGBTQ role models.
Directed by Jacob Fadley
Produced by Patricia C. Ovando
USC Film School of Cinematic Arts 2016.