ARISE Magazine Media Sponsor for
NBLC 2003 Conference
ZUNA INSTITUTE, OAKLAND, CA (10/12/2002)
Zuna Institute announces Sacramento based Arise
Communications, Inc. as Media Sponsors.
welcomes Arise Communications onboard as our official media
sponsor for the NBLC 2003 April 11-13 2003 held in Los
Angeles, CA. Zuna’s ad will appear in the November issue of
Arise Magazine officially kicking off the NBLC 2003 Conference
and giving attendees the information needed to register early
for the conference.
was launched 2 years ago by MacArthur Flournoy and his partner
Glenn Alexander. Arise Magazine was born out of a need to
challenge us to reexamine what we think we know, and to raise
the stakes a little higher and pursue a dream that almost
seems beyond our reach, much like Zuna Institute. Francine
Ramsey, Executive Director of Zuna Institute said, “Arise was
the logical choice as our media sponsors. They are the
premier magazine of African descent dedicated to the overall
well being of their readers, which are the lesbian, gay,
bisexual, transgender, and same-gender-loving community. Glenn
and MacArthur understand the need to bridge the gap between
our gay brothers and sisters.
Arise Magazine will host the Friday night
reception at the Radisson Hotel giving attendees the
opportunity to network and experience what promises to be an
exciting and informative conference.
Located in Sacramento, CA. A publication
dedicated to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and
same-gender-loving community of people of African descent. Our
mission is to challenge the mind, encourage the spirit and
affirm the value of all sexually diverse people of African
Magazine for more information.
1533 41st Street, Sacramento, CA 95819
1533 41st Street, Sacramento,
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.
Zuna Institute will also host a bi-annual national conference
where black lesbians come together to address the issues of
our communities and organizations.
Zuna Institute is located in Oakland, CA.
Our mailing address is 6114 LaSalle Ave #527,
Oakland, CA 94611.
information will be available on the organization’s web site,