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> BlackOut 1.0 was a moderated panel discussion that explored the intersection of LGBTQ and African Canadian identities. The following persons participated:
> Catherine Meade, lawyer and sports administrator - Moderator
> Dr. Clemon George, HIV/AIDS activist and educator - panelist
> Chris Cochrane, drag performer (Elle Noir) - panelist
> Robert Wright, social worker - panelist
> [http://halifax.mediacoop.ca/fr/audio/blackout/5307 An audio recording of this event is available at Halifax Media Co-op.]


BlackOUT 1.0

BlackOut? 1.0 was a moderated panel discussion that explored the intersection of LGBTQ and African Canadian identities. The following persons participated:

Catherine Meade, lawyer and sports administrator - Moderator Dr. Clemon George, HIV/AIDS activist and educator - panelist Chris Cochrane, drag performer (Elle Noir) - panelist Robert Wright, social worker - panelist

An audio recording of this event is available at Halifax Media Co-op.

BackOUT 2.0

March 25, 2015

picRobertWright, EvelynWhite, AxelObame and ChrisCochrane & interpreter An open discussion of what it means to be African Nova Scotian and GLBTQ. Presented by the NSRAP LGBTQ Youth & Elders Project in partnership with the Halifax Central Library as part of African Heritage Month.

Moderator Rev ElaineWalcott
Panellists RobertWright?, EvelynWhite?, AxelObame? and ChrisCochrane.

Click here for a 2-hour audio recording.