September 17, 2016
2902 N. Geronimo, Tucson
What do you value in life?
How would you wish to live as your life draws to a close?
What legacy, material and spiritual, would you like to leave your loved ones and the world?
What plans can you put in place now to help honor your values and wishes and legacy?
Interfaith Community Services presents this workshop, sponsored by Southern Arizona Senior Pride, on planning end-of-life care, the documents needed to record our wishes and expressing our wishes to loved ones.
Please RSVP to Karen MacDonald at Interfaith Community Services by or phone: 520-207-6049 x221.
Thurs., Sept 29, 6:30-8pm
Fox Tucson Theater
Arizona Public Media and the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona present Community Interactive: Stories from the Border, a live interactive event featuring a panel of respected and accomplished journalists from Mexico and the U.S. Sponsored by the Community Investment Corporation.
Learn more HERE.
Fax: (520) 795-8206
Mobile: (520) 334-9442
Sunday, Oct 8, 2 pm University of Arizona Poetry Center
1508 E Helen St.
Featured poets include Meikil Berry, Dea Brasgalla,
Edwin Holladay, Randolph, Lola Lai Song, Curt
Stubbs (the organizer of this event), Sandy Szelag,
Joy Valerius, Karen Hansen, Felicitas Sokec.
We thought you’d like to know about this non-SASP event:
Fri-Sat, Oct 14 and 15
QTPOCFEST (Queer and/or Trans People of Color Festival) is a free festival that celebrates LGBTQIA+ People of Color. It was created to foster a safe and loving/affirming space for people of color with varying expressions of gender, sex, sexuality and culture. QTPOCFest features local artists, installations, galleries, vendors, community workshops, light food and a mix and mingle. In bringing together our identities and cultural herstories, histories and theirstories, we reclaim our narratives against the systems that marginalize our experiences.
[NEW YORK, NY] As leaders from organizations working to advance equality and to counteract discrimination against the LGBT and Latino communities, we unite today to condemn the outrageous violence that took the lives of more than 50 of our brothers and sisters last night in Orlando…
Elder abuse takes many forms, including physical attacks, verbal/emotional abuse, neglect and exploitation. Furthermore, many elders are more dependent, more isolated, may have difficulty understanding and communicating. LGBT elders may also be abused because of our sexual and/or gender identities and expression. Abusers may be family, caregivers, employees, friends and/or neighbors.