Financial Literacy Workshop

Online

Presented in Partnership w/ Citizens Bank - Bloomfield Branch Facilitated by Christopher Lemke True T PGH partners with our community friends from Citizens Banks to provide FREE Financial Literacy training for LGBTQIA+ community members and beyond. Meetings take place on the last Wednesday of each month, and the curriculum is specially designed to meet the needs of the average individual living through today's difficult times. Materials are culturally sensitive to the diverse True T PGH community and tackle the following topics: --------------------------------------------- Budgeting Basics Learn the importance of creating and using a budget to accomplish your financial goals. Your Financial…

POWER HOUR 3.0

Online

Facilitated by Michael A Tikili POWER HOUR is a FREE LGBTQIA+ led support group for community members to come together in healthy conversations around living a healthy life. This group is open to ALL members of the LGBTQIA+ community. You do not have to be HIV+ to attend. The group covers many interesting topics beyond health and HIV that spark great conversation and plans special outings for more networking opportunities and extracurricular activities. -- Complimentary Food and Refreshments provided. (This is a confidential group. We ask that all guest in attendance fully respect each other's privacy)

The Price of Everything Screening & Conversation

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Tune in and watch The Price of Everything, a film examining the role of art and artistic passion in today’s money-driven, consumer-based society — where everything can be bought and sold. The film exposes deep contradictions as it holds a mirror up to contemporary values and times, coaxing out the dynamics at play in pricing the priceless. Following the livestreamed film, hear from Madeline Gent, Executive Director of Associated Artists of Pittsburgh, Juana Williams, Contemporary Art Curator, and Anne Kraybill, Richard M. Scaife Director/CEO of The Westmoreland, as they discuss the film and their unique experiences as leaders within the…

SILKY THURSDAYS

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Presented in Partnership w/ Project SIlk Now in its 8th iteration, Silky Thursday's serves as a community platform for local LGBTQIA+ participants of the Legendary, underground Ballroom scene. Each month sees an ever-changing array of categories, and creative opportunities to win cash prizes and other fun gifts! This season Silky Thursdays go virtual with BIGO Live! -- COVID19 has caused quite a stir, but this isn’t the end. We invite you to join us from the comfort of your home or other personal safe space as Project Silk partners with True T PGH for another round of #SilkyThursdays.

Breaking Binary

Online

Facilitated by Mataoka Winston Our growing need to understand the spectrum of gender and sexuality is being reflected in our language. Discovering The World Of Third Genders, Breaking Binary explores what it means to be two-spirited while dismantling the social norms of traditional male versus female idealizations.

Artist Kickback Series

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Facilitated by Christopher James & Duane Binion On the First Friday of each month, we'll be highlighting one local artist. Snacks, BYOB, and Live entertainment. The Artist Kickback gives the Pittsburgh artist community a COVID friendly place to go and be amongst like-minded people. They are also given the opportunity to learn, perform, and network with some of the cities tastemakers and influencers. Our goal is to continue to bring the artist community together through this intimate concert, and mixer series.

Pittsburgh Art Jam

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The PGH Art Jam Bringing Artists and Community Together. The Yingling Mansion, located on 1300 Wood St. in Wilkinsburg PA, hosts a variety of events. One, in particular, is the PGH Art Jam that has 22-32 Artists demonstrating their crafts including Stained Glass, Clay Sculpting, Wire Sculpting, Painting, Drawing, Garment Making, Body Painting, and Performance Art, to name a few. The event gives local Pittsburgh artists an opportunity to create and converse with one another and provides an outlet to have their work seen by an appreciative, public audience. It also brings the community together using original art production as…

POWER HOUR 3.0

Online

Facilitated by Michael A Tikili POWER HOUR is a FREE LGBTQIA+ led support group for community members to come together in healthy conversations around living a healthy life. This group is open to ALL members of the LGBTQIA+ community. You do not have to be HIV+ to attend. The group covers many interesting topics beyond health and HIV that spark great conversation and plans special outings for more networking opportunities and extracurricular activities. -- Complimentary Food and Refreshments provided. (This is a confidential group. We ask that all guest in attendance fully respect each other's privacy)

Breaking Binary

Online

Facilitated by Mataoka Winston Our growing need to understand the spectrum of gender and sexuality is being reflected in our language. Discovering The World Of Third Genders, Breaking Binary explores what it means to be two-spirited while dismantling the social norms of traditional male versus female idealizations.

Financial Literacy Workshop

Online

Presented in Partnership w/ Citizens Bank - Bloomfield Branch Facilitated by Christopher Lemke True T PGH partners with our community friends from Citizens Banks to provide FREE Financial Literacy training for LGBTQIA+ community members and beyond. Meetings take place on the last Wednesday of each month, and the curriculum is specially designed to meet the needs of the average individual living through today's difficult times. Materials are culturally sensitive to the diverse True T PGH community and tackle the following topics: --------------------------------------------- Budgeting Basics Learn the importance of creating and using a budget to accomplish your financial goals. Your Financial…

People’s Pride PGH Presents: Reclaiming Pittsburgh Pride 2021

It is now our time to Reclaim Pittsburgh Pride as a community that has suffered under the Leadership of The Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh. Roots Pride PGH led the movement to hold Delta accountable for there crimes and harm to our LGBTQIA+ communities and People's Pride PGH continued the movement towards liberation in 2017 as a protest of Pittsburgh Pride Fest because of the segregation, partnerships that undermined our LGBTQIA+ communities, flawed and racist leadership, theft of funds that should've been supporting our communities at large. Recently the Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh dissolved after arrest and investigation of Gary Van…

Hill District Arts Festival

The Hill District Arts Festival is designed for the whole family! Live Entertainment from local Artists in the City of Pittsburgh supported by Advancing Black Arts Pittsburgh; Booth featuring local Artists; Live Dj's; Kid activities; & Food Trucks~ Enjoy the Evening Concert with Special Guest (TBA)