Tue, Mar 07|
Talk It Up Tuesday
The ONYX Coalition's "Talk It Up Tuesday!" at The Living Room is the perfect mixture of Focus Group & Game Night to stimulate needed conversations among Black Same Gender Loving Males and their Allies in the Montgomery community. Come on by!! Join In On The Talk, The Games and The Knowledge!
Time & Location
Mar 07, 2023, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Montgomery, 5770 Carmichael Pkwy, Montgomery, AL 36117, USA
About the event
The ONYX Coalition Want To Get The People Talking!!
"Talk It Up Tuesday!" at The Living Room is the perfect mixture of Focus Group & Game Night to stimulate needed conversations among Black Same Gender Loving Males and their Allies in the Montgomery Community.
Light Food & Drinks!! Plenty of Games!! Plenty of Knowledge!! Perfect Safe Space!!
The ONYX Coalition believes that in order to help the Community, the Community needs to know that it exists! This initiative hopes to create that safe space for Community to have much needed conversations around Social Determinants of Health for the Montgomery Community. For examples, topics like Health, Mental Health, Homelessness, Food Desserts, Financal Initiatives, Home Ownership and Affordable Housing.
Come on by!! Join In On The Talk!! Play Some Games!! Leave With Knowledge!
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Date: March 7, 2023.
Location: 5770 Carmichael Parkway, Montgomery AL 36117
Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Games - Food - Drinks will be provided!! We just need you in the place!!
Community Partners: Grassroots and Central Alabama Alliance Resource & Advocacy Center.
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MISSION - The ONYX Coalition supports the medical and social needs of Black Same Gender Loving (SGL) Males men through a diverse community coalition for the prevention and treatment of HIV in Montgomery, AL.
The ONYX Coalition is a diverse convening of social service providers and community advocates addressing and supporting the needs of Black SGL Males in order to prevent and treat HIV through a culturally-competent, community-driven approach in Montgomery, AL
VISION - The ONYX Coalition envisions a Montgomery free of stigma, racism, and HIV.