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AZ Hub

AZ Hub

 

  • DATES & TIMES: Sunday 29 July, 2pm - 5pm
  • AGE GROUP: 18+
  • TICKETS: FREE
  • AZ Magazine presents

    AZ Hub



    The AZ Hub is a social space for QTIPOC by QTIPOC. This is a space for workshops, screenings, art display, discussion, performance, information sharing and general chilling!

    The AZ Hub is a social space for QTIPOC by QTIPOC. This is a space for workshops, screenings, art display, discussion, performance, information sharing and general chilling! This space is a direct response to the lack of alcohol-free, daytime spaces for QTIPOC in London.

     

    You don’t need to participate in order to be in the space. The only requirements are that you’re QTIPOC, respectful of others using the space and that you book your advance free ticket to reserve your spot. Our DM and emails are open if you have any questions: @azmaguk / kayza@azmag.co.uk / www.azmag.co.uk

     

    QTIPOC stands for Queer Trans Intersex People of Colour

     

     

    About AZ Magazine

    Within the LGBTQI community, Black and other Minority Ethnics (BME) are often under-represented and in many cases not represented at all. We want to create a media platform that not only allows BME LGBTQI people to showcase their talents, but also allows us to address the issues that we face in the BME community. In 2015, AZ Magazine was created as an answer to this and our aim is to create a voice for those who have felt excluded from the wider LGBTQI community.

     

    At AZ Magazine, we believe that every BME LGBTQI narrative and experience is important. Our vision is to create an online space where people feel comfortable to express themselves, find support and learn about what’s going on in our community. We want to bridge the gap between the LGBTQI community and BME culture and unite those who identify as both BME and LGBTQI. We embrace mainstream culture by viewing it from an LGBTQI perspective.

     

    AZ Magazine is where Y(our) voice is heard.

     

    Ages 18+. FREE but ticketed. Book ahead to avoid disappointment as tickets are limited.







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