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Media Contact:

Debra Wilson
Zuna Institute
510-482-1671 voicemail

media@zunainstitute.org

 

Zuna Institute Presents

2003 National Black Lesbian Conference

 

ZUNA INSTITUTE, OAKLAND, CA (10/11/2002) ) Zuna Institute presents their Bi-Annual National Black Lesbian Conference (NBLC).

 

The National Black Lesbian Conference (NBLC) is being held at the Radisson Hotel Los Angeles Westside in Culver City, California on April 11-13, 2003. Zuna Institute received a proposal from women in Los Angeles requesting that the next NBLC conference be held in their city.  We are happy to say that with the support of the Los Angeles community, we are in progress to another powerful event.

 

Some of our supporters in Los Angeles are the Lesbian and Gay Center of Los Angeles, ULOAH, At The Beach, and various individual volunteers.

 

The weekend will consist of workshops, strategy sessions, vendors, networking, and an opportunity to enjoy the diversity of our community as well as learn about organizations or individuals around the country that support black lesbianís.

 

If you are interested in being a sponsor, vendor, workshop presenter, entertainer, or other capacity, contact Zuna Institute before November 1, 2003.

About Zuna Institute
 

Zuna Instititue is a National Advocacy Organization for Black Lesbians that was created to address the needs of black lesbians in the areas of Health, Public Policy, Economic Development, and Education.

Through community organizing, training, and networking Zuna Institute will focus on eliminating barriers that black lesbian's face within the black community based on sexual orientation and in the LGBT community based on race.

 

Contact Zuna Institute for more information.
 

Our mailing address is 6114 LaSalle Ave #527, Oakland, CA 94611.

Telephone:

510-482-1671 voicemail

916-419-5075 voice

916-419-0738 fax

Additional information is available on the organizationís web site, http://www.zunainstitute.org.  

For Registration: http://www.zunainstitute.org/register.htm
 


 


 

 

 

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