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Rainbow Town Hall: Queer Indigeneity
October 2, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
What does it mean for someone to be both queer and Indigenous, and how do these and other identities intersect? In this Rainbow Town Hall, panelists Sha Merirel Ongelungel, Kumu Hina, Kamakakehau Fernandez and Phylesha Brown-Acton will explore the role of history, colonization, culture and how it has informed their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. The discussion with be moderated by Akea Kahikina with a special performance by Lina Robins.
Rainbow Town Hall is part of the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation’s Pride365 initiative, hosting programs not only during Honolulu Pride Month in October, but throughout the year. Rainbow Town Halls are currently being planned as hybrid in-person/ virtual gatherings.
To view recordings of other Rainbow Town Halls from 2020 and 2021, click here.
Since the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation and Honolulu Pride comply with all State of Hawaii and Honolulu City and Country COVID-19 guidelines, the details of our Pride365 events may change. Check back often, and follow us on Facebook @honolulupride.