Youth Oasis “Black Light Affair” Benefit Concert @ Varsity Theatre
Oct 2 @ 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm

youthoasisblacklightA Benefit for YOUTH OASIS

$20 Advance / $25 Door

Come dressed and ready to glow under the black lights at the Varsity Theatre.

80’s & 90’s costume contest. Winner get $150 value prize

This event will feature live music by the Chee Weez. The Chee-Weez are a 5 piece cover/show band that specialize in making sure YOU – the audience – have a great time and leave with a smile. From the ever-expanding stage show including lights, pyro, and a 17 FOOT video wall, to the off-the-cuff antics and crowd involvement, you never know WHAT you’ll see next at the Chee-Weez show!

All Proceeds from this event benefit Youth Oasis Children’s Shelter. Youth Oasis provides emergency shelter and necessary support services to run away, abandoned and homeless youth ages 10 – 17 and young adults 18 – 25 within the state of Louisiana enabling them to transition into responsible and successful citizens.

Geaux Red for World AIDS DAY at LSU @ LSU African American Cultural Center
Dec 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Geaux Red is the annual HIV/AIDS awareness event in honor of World AIDS Day hosted by the LGBTQ Project in the LSU Office of Multicultural Affairs and Spectrum at LSU. A 2011 Louisiana Youth Risk Behavior Survey found that 25% of Louisiana students never received formal sexual education regarding HIV or AIDS prevention.

WEAR RED on December 1 for World AIDS day!

December 1, 2014
6pm-8pm at the African American Cultural
Honor our past and better our future–be a part of the start of LSU’s very first AIDS awareness and memorial quilt! We’ll provide the supplies, you provide the creativity.

History of the original AIDS Memorial Quilt:
In June of 1987, a small group of strangers gathered in a San Francisco storefront to document the lives they feared history would neglect. Their goal was to create a memorial for those who had died of AIDS, and to thereby help people understand the devastating impact of the disease. This meeting of devoted friends and lovers served as the foundation of the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt.

Today the Quilt is a powerful visual reminder of the AIDS pandemic. More than 48,000 individual 3-by-6-foot memorial panels — most commemorating the life of someone who has died of AIDS — have been sewn together by friends, lovers and family members.

December 2, 2014
12pm-2pm at the African American Cultural
HIV/AIDS Alliance for Region Two (HAART) is offering free HIV oral testing – no blood, no needles.

Come Out For Life @ New Orleans Healing Center
Apr 10 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come Out For Life!
Join the Louisiana Equality Foundation at our 2015 Coming Out Party, April 10, 2015, and learn more about our “Together, We’re Holding On To Hope” Suicide Prevention campaign. We’ll present information about local suicide prevention resources and let you know how you can help save lives in the LGBT community. The Coming Out Party is a FREE event, open to the public from 7:00 – 9:00P.M. at The New Orleans Healing Center located at 2372 St. Claude Ave New Orleans, La 70117. Come Out For Life with the Louisiana Equality Foundation!
Please R.S.V.P. at this link – https://www.eventbrite.com/e/come-out-for-life-tickets-15770317444