Join us for our monthly dinner alongside the community and build your awareness of social issues; locally, nationally, and globally. Empower yourself with knowledge, how to support others, and stand up for your own values and rights!
June is Pride month — a month where we bring visibility to the LGBTQ+ community, when often this community may have felt invisible. This month we’ll be joined by Paloma Renee Palau, writer and producer (for NBC, BCC, and more!), and video blogger, who is passionate about sharing stories about queer females, feminism, and sharing her own stories on life as a queer woman. Join us over dinner to discuss Paloma’s story about being a queer woman in entertainment, and Pride Month and it’s meaning to her.
We’ll be answering questions such as:
- How do you feel the LGBTQ+ community is received in your different industries/communities?
- How can we stay positive when we feel our efforts to promote the LGBTQ+ community are rejected?
- How can we build on what others have done to support the LGBTQ+ community and change and expand what is considered “normal”?
- What tangible actions can we take in our own lives to support the LGBTQ+ community in our industries/communities?
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Paloma Renee Palau
Paloma has produced and written for television including for networks such as NBC and BBC, and has volunteered on short films for the annual Outfest Fusion Film Festival. This past year she completed her first screenplay and published her first poetry book “Soft” where she writes about love, healing, feminism and diversity. She has over 150,000 subscribers on YouTube and enjoys posting fun videos about her life as a queer woman.