On Day of Silence, Here's Where to Break the Silence
This year, on GLSEN's Day of Silence on April 21, students, educators, and advocates across the country will take a vow of silence as a symbol of the silencing effects of anti-LGBTQ bullying, harassment, and discrimination. At the end of the day or soon after, folks will gather in their local communities to "break the silence," committing to fight for LGBTQ-inclusive schools.
If you haven't already, register for Day of Silence. Then, find out where you can break the silence in your community, or learn how to organize your own rally.
If you're organizing a public event, tell us about it, and we'll add it to our list.
Los Angeles Miguel Contreras Learning Complex 322 South Lucas Avenue April 21, 1:30-3:00pm
Naples GLSEN Collier County Naples United Church of Christ April 21, 7-11:00pm Facebook Event
Wichita GLSEN Greater Wichita A Price Woodward Park April 21, 3-7:00pm Facebook Event
Baltimore GLSEN Baltimore The Ynot Lot April 21, 4:30pm-6:30pm Facebook Event
Kansas City GLSEN Greater Kansas City LikeMe Lighthouse April 21, 3-4:00pm Facebook Event
Albany GLSEN New York Capital Region Empire State Plaza April 21, 4-9pm Facebook Event
Kingston GLSEN Hudson Valley LGBTQ Center 300 Wall Street April 21, 3-7:00pm
New York GLSEN NYC Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture 515 Malcolm X Boulevard April 21, 6-9:00pm
New York GLSEN NYC Moonlight Special Screening April 21, 6:30pm Google Event
West Nyack GLSEN Hudson Valley Palisades Mall Community Room 1000 Palisades Center Dr. April 21, 3-7:00pm
Akron GLSEN Northeast Ohio Universalist Unitarian Church of Akron April 21
Arlington, VA GLSEN Northern VA Unitarian Universalist Church of Arlington April 21, 6:30-10:30pm Facebook Event
Are you participating in Day of Silence? Make sure to register!