Looking for work is hard.
Finding a job when you’re a transgender worker can be even tougher.
In fact, transgender people face an unemployment rate that’s nearly double that of the wider population. That’s why MetroHealth is partnering with other local businesses to host the fifth annual Northeast Ohio Transgender Job Fair on Saturday, April 6, at 9 a.m. at MetroHealth’s main campus, 2500 MetroHealth Drive, Cleveland. The event is free and anyone can attend.
Attendees will be able to network with employers and connect with community resources and professional development opportunities. The day kicks off with a free hot breakfast at 8:00 a.m.
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Babbit with the inaugural DReam Catcher award to honor the legacy of David Ream, who was a beloved and long-serving CIFF trustee, and LGBTQ community member and advocate.
DReam Catcher will celebrate LGBTQ artists through the recognition of an LGBTQ filmmaker at each Festival.
A Cleveland native, Babbit’s award-winning work spans across film and television. Her feature credits include “But I’m a Cheerleader”, “Itty Bitty Titty Committee”, and “Fresno”.
Her directing television credits include Russian Doll, GIRLS, The L Word, and a best directing Emmy nomination for Silicon Valley.
Join us for a meet-and-greet with Jamie Babbit on Saturday, April 6th, 2019 from 11:45am-12:30pm at the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland.
This event is free and open to the public.
This event is presented in partnership with:
– LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland
– Plexus: Chamber of Commerce for LGBT Community and Allies
– Equality Ohio
– Human Rights Campaign Cleveland
– AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland
– PFLAG Cleveland
– Cleveland Stonewall Democrats
To learn more about the DReam Catcher aware and the 43rd Cleveland International Film Festival (held March 27-April 7, 2019) visit https://www.clevelandfilm.org/press-room/2019/01/ciff-announces-new-program-and-award-dream-catcher
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Join local Democrats in Cleveland for a training on the digital tools you need to organize online and connect with a larger digital audience!
The Cleveland Stonewall Bowlocrats return for another year of Abortion Access Fundraising!
If you are interested in joining our team email; firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us for a paneled discussion on the history of the Stonewall riots as we come up on their 50th anniversary this June. They are a vital part of our history and the namesake of the Cleveland Stonewall Democrats.
“The Stonewall riots were a crucial, era-defining moment in the struggle for equality.
In the early hours of June 28 1969, a gay bar in the West Village of Manhattan became the epicenter of an event that changed the course of LGBT history.
The days of riots which followed the uprising against police who frequently targeted The Stonewall Inn along with other gay bars were momentous.
Led by prominent activists Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera, who were trans women of color, the riots sparked an entire civil rights movement, and the reason why we celebrate Pride Month in June.” – Lydia Smith, Pink News