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For Us, By Us: A Black Queer Community Discussion!

  • 368 Ponce 368 Ponce De Leon Avenue Northeast Atlanta, GA, 30308 United States (map)

What does the Black queer community need? How can we build for ourselves? How do we invest and cultivate our own spaces? Let's talk about it!

Join Southern Fried Queer Pride at 6PM on Saturday, Oct 7th at 368 PONCE for this community discussion. Doors open at 6PM, discussion will begin at 7PM. Refreshments will be served. 

This event is for queer and trans Black identifying people. Please respect this space. Thanks.

Parking can be found on surrounding streets (Myrtle, Argonne) as well as close by lots. We reserve parking at the venue for people with disabilities. This event is ADA accessible. 

**Southern Fried Queer Pride (SFQP), a queer and trans, arts and advocacy collective led by QTBIPoC creating Southern queer culture, is dedicated towards creating spaces that are open and responsive to the needs of the communities we serve. We always intend to uplift and include the most marginalized voices. SFQP wants to maintain accountability for our actions and practices. Please email us at if you have comments, questions, and/or concerns.**

Earlier Event: October 1
SFQP Durham Organizing Meeting!