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the lesbian voice of the northcoast
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The L-Word is a monthly publication from Humboldt County, CA written by and for local lesbians highlighting local and international events and hot topics.

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Links:

Humboldt Pride
QueerHumboldt.org
HSU Women's Center
NorCAP
HSU's Queer Student Union
Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays

Welcome to the L-Word online!

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We're happy to have this space to share some of what we put in the paper plus things that we find out about too late to get them in. We update the site at least monthly, so when the L-word's paper publication comes out you should see some changes reflected here as well. And there are often changes in between when we find out about something exciting, so check back.

Our site holds a local calendar of intriguing events, archives of Kulture Klatch, Ruth's Review, and Montanna's spirituality column, and a summary of last month's Queer news, as well as local resources. If there's something else that you think is important to get up here, please, don't hesitate to contact us! We are always looking for the next best idea.

Alicia Garza at HSU Feb. 9th

Alicia Garza, one of the three founders of the Black Lives Matter movement, will speak at the Van Duzer on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 7 pm. Committed to challenging society to recognize and celebrate the contributions of all individuals, regardless of ethnicity, Garza delivers a powerful perspective on the adversities inflicted by social injustice and discrimination. Garza has many inspirational strategies about how to connect various social movements, and visualizes a world where the lives and contributions of all individuals are recognized equally. The cost if $15 general admission and $5 for students.

Help make our LGBTQ+ Community more inclusive

The Humboldt LGBTQ+ Community Space Project is calling for topic/speaker proposals addressing systemic racism in the local queer community as part of a weekend community gathering still being planned, most likely in late March 2017. If you would like to speak to the community about a topic, engage a speaker to talk to the community, hold space for dialogue about a topic, concept, community trauma, etc...please send proposals to: humboldtlgbtq@humboldt.edu. The next meeting of the community space project/pride discussion group will be Sun. Feb. 19th, 2-4 pm, at the Jefferson Project, 1000 B, Eureka.

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