This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience. Learn more

Chicago’s LGBTQ Economic Justice Summit

Are you an LGBTQ person who is upset at the economic inequality growing in our community? Are you ready to stand up for economic justice? Chicago’s first LGBTQ Economic Justice Summit will make history September 7th and 8th as we bring together LGBTQ workers from accross the region to discuss what a grassroots movement for economic justice could look like in our community. The LGBTQ Economic Justice Summit is our chance to come together, build community, and get the tools we need to organize for a better tomorrow. Workshops will include:


TICKETS

  • Advocating for Equity and Inclusion in the workplace
  • Clapbacks 101 (facing microaggressions at work)
  • ... And Brainstorming How to Win Economic Justice in Our Communities.

You will leave with knowledge of the multiple paths you can take if you encounter discrimination or harassment in your workplace, skills on how to use your story to create social change, and a community beside you ready to support your work in standing up for economic justice.

*Note: This space operates using an anti-racist anti-oppression lens that centers Queer and Trans People of Color throughout our member and leadership.

Accessibility Note: This event is entirely wheelchair accessible with mics available. For questions about disability accommodations or for ESL translation email Joan.Jones@lgbtqworkerscenter.org. In addition, no one will be turned away for lack of funds. To RSVP and secure a free ticket please email Joan.Jones@LGBTQworkerscenter.org

Thank you to all of our sponsors including:

Affinity Community Services, Chicago Black Men's Caucus, The National Domestic Workers Alliance, Pride Action Tank, Equality Illinois, Chicago House, and Pride at Work.


Keep up to date with the latest events



LGBT professionals, LGBT Graduates, LGBT professional network, LGBT professional events, LGBT networking events, LGBT Recruitment, LGBT Friendly organisations, LGBT Friendly companies, LGBT jobs

Share this
Leave your comment
Post comment