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Oct 2 OUTspoken Sessions: Fundraiser for Jermond’s Legal Defense Fund

October 2nd’s OUTspoken Sessions will focus on allyship, with proceeds going to the legal defense fund of Jermond, a beloved queer gender nonconforming Black organizer, artist, and spiritual guide who is fighting several life sentences due to a homophobic attack last year. After the open mic set, performance poet Jade Phoenix and musician Rey Fukuda Salinas will grace the stage.

OUTspoken Sessions: An LGBTQA+ Open Mic and Safe Space
Friday  •  October 2, 2015
6:30pm to 9pm 

675 S Park View St, Los Angeles, CA 90057
at Downtown UCLA Labor Center, near MacArthur Park
$3 cover – please give generously to support our fundraiser
no one turned away for lack of funds
food and drinks provided


RAISING FUNDS FOR: Jermond’s Legal Defense Fund

Jermond, with featured artist, Rey Fukuda Salinas
Jermond (right), with featured artist, Rey Fukuda Salinas

Jermond is a beloved queer gender nonconforming Black organizer, artist, and spiritual guide to many of us, past present future. Jermond is fighting several life sentences due to a homophobic attack last year and is currently locked inside LA’s K6G Unit in Los Angeles County Men’s Central Jail. In the powerful tradition of collectivizing our funds and resources to make more possible what we are told over and over again are unlikely chances for life and connection, please contribute anything small, large or in between to Jermond’s Legal Defense Fund. If you can’t, please share this note with networks, friends or family with resources that might be able to give this season. Continue reading Oct 2 OUTspoken Sessions: Fundraiser for Jermond’s Legal Defense Fund