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FF Weekend Activities: A March, a Gig, and a Kiss

UPDATE (June 24, 2011, 12:30PM): All the events below have been postponed due acts of God (ahaha). In all seriousness though, through this storm we encourage all our friends and fellow advocates to spend time with their respective loved ones, whether LGBTQI or A, ensuring their safety and comfortable encuddlement.

 

It’s going to be a busy weekend. We’ve got three activities lined up for the weekend. The weekend starts on Friday right?

UP para sa RH: March for RH

Friday, June 24 2011
3-6PM
UP Diliman Academic Oval

The Filipino Freethinkers UP Diliman chapter will be supporting the UP Reproductive Health and Gender Advocates Movement (RH AGENDA) march for the Reproductive Health bill, to show the support of the UP population for the RH bill. Assemble at the AS steps from 3PM onwards, the program and march starts at 4PM and ends at 6PM. Wear a purple wristband/cloth around your left wrist please!

Facebook event for RH March

The Pink Manifesto

Friday, June 24 2011
6PM onwards
UP Diliman Film Center

After the RH march, the FF LGBT Rights Advocacy committee invites everyone to a night of art and music at the UP Film Center. A free event to bring together the LGBT community and supporters, it aims to foster a sense of community and pride while also valuing individuality. This event will be held at Ishmael Bernal Gallery, UP Film Center, UP Diliman starting from 6PM.

Facebook event for Pink Manifesto

29 Steps for LGBT Human Rights

Saturday, June 25 2011
10AM-6PM
People’s Hall, Quezon Memorial Circle, Quezon City (near the Commonwealth Ave. entrance)

On Saturday we’ll be at the festival for LGBT Human Rights held at the People’s Hall, Quezon Memorial Circle. The festival will have free film showings, art exhibits. We’ll have a booth showcasing the work we’ve been doing with the LGBT community in support of human rights. Come by, we’ve got a kiss or a kiss for you!

Facebook event for LGBT Human Rights Festival

 
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