Making Home: Queer and Trans Creative Placemakers and Housing Activists
KST’s Alloy Studios
5530 Penn Ave
Join us for an afternoon of food and dialogue interrogating notions of home. Organizer Celeste Scott facilitates a conversation asking QTPOC artists and activists about equitable housing. Celeste is a frontline advocate for the Queer and Trans communities of color. For this conversation, she assembles a panel to discuss gentrification and the pushing out of Black and Brown QTPOC. The panelists together will tackle the following questions: Who is Pittsburgh most livable for? How important is culture in a neighborhood? What needs to change for QTPOC community to feel at home in Pittsburgh?
Black Unicorn’s Bekezela Mguni opens the dialogue with a family-style meal in collaboration with Chef Oliver Pinder. The lunch menu will include Coconut Rice, Trini Style Stewed Beef & Trini Style Stewed Tofu with Mushrooms, Arugula Salad with Acorn Squash and Toasted Walnuts and Homemade Spiced Sorrel.
Pay What Makes You Happy! Tickets for this event are available at any price. Simply choose the level that makes you happy—or name your own! All seats are general admission.
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