As LGBTQ people, family, or allies, one of the most powerful tools we have for achieving LGBTQ equality is our stories. But how? What do people need to know about me? And how can I use video and the Internet to help share my story and further LGBTQ equality?
Join LGBTQ equality, storytelling, and technology leaders on Wednesday, April 22 - from any computer or telephone - for the first ever National LGBTQ StorySummit. You'll be part of a groundbreaking
conversation about the state of the movement, why it is so critical that we share our stories, and tips for how to tell, record, and use Web 2.0 technologies to share your own personal story.
LEARN MORE AND REGISTER NOW at
Wednesday, April 22
6pm (pacific) / 9pm (eastern)
join from any computer or telephone
StorySummit highlights include:
* Kate Kendell (Executive Director, NCLR) - State of the LGBTQ movement and storytelling
* PFLAG, GLAAD, The Task Force, and HRC - How to tell YOUR story to different audiences
* Tech Innovators - Using Web 2.0 technologies to share stories online
CAN'T ATTEND STORYSUMMIT ON APRIL 22?
Upload your story during STORYFEST from April 23 - May 1. Let's start building a rich repository of LGBTQ and ally stories!
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Lets work together to inspire armies of storytellers and achieve safety and equality for all.
Executive Producer, NoDumbQuestions.org
Filmmaker, No Dumb Questions