The Dragon Fruit Project Presents: Listening Through Generations

What does it mean to listen to each other? What does it mean to communicate across generations? 'Listening Through Generations' looks to explore these questions and celebrate our LGBTQ Asian and Pacific Islander community histories! Join us as we listen to stories from the Dragon Fruit Project, an intergenerational oral history project that features the stories of LGBTQ API activists and community members. In collaboration with StoryCorps and LGBTQ API groups from across the SF Bay Area, we will hear from project participants and community members who have engaged with storytelling and build conversation across generations!

When: Thursday, August 13 | 6pm-7:30pm
Where: SF Main Library | 100 Larkin St. SF 94102 (off Civic Center BART)

Note: The SF Main Library is ADA Accessible.

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    Intergenerational Conversations Series

    Listening Through Generations is part of a larger collaborative summer series on Intergenerational Conversations hosted by Dragon Fruit Project partners API Equality - Northern California, API Queer Women and Transgender Community (APIQWTC), the Gay Asian Pacific Alliance (GAPA), and Trikone Bay Area. Check out the whole series of events, and RSVP below! A big thank you to the Sparkplug Foundation for helping to sponsor these events.
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