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The LGBT Fed AGM 2016

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

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NORTHUMBERLAND COUNTY COUNCIL

in partnership with the FUSE Community Cinema will be screening free films as part of holocaust memorial week. You will be able to book free tickets online from the 7 January by going to the what's on page at  www.fusecinema.co.uk.

Tuesday 29 January

1:00 p.m. Life is Beautiful (PG)

7:30 p.m. Schindler’s List

Wednesday 30 January

1:00 p.m. Life is Beautiful (PG)

7:30 p.m. Escape from Sobibor (15)

Where:

Fuse Centre, Moor Road PrudhoeNorthumberland NE42 5LJ


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For information about the experiences of lesbian/gay people during the holocaust and after the 2nd world war please see https://www.hmd.org.uk/learn-about-the-holocaust-and-genocides/nazi-persecution/gay-people/

 

Members of the LGBT Fed and LGBT community are welcome to attend the Northumberland County Council Holocaust memorial event at County Hall, Morpeth on the 24 January. The event starts at 3.45pm with the raising of the Holocaust Memorial Day flag.

 

 Members of the network who live or work in Northumberland can also participate in an arts competition by sending an original poem, photograph or image of a piece of art on the theme of 'torn from home'  by email before the 10 of January.  To enter, send your name, email address and confirmation you are over 16 and and your text or image of your piece of art to participation@northumberland.gov.uk Under 16s should ask a teacher or an adult to send in their entry.

 

For more information on this competition please see this link 

 

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NATIONAL HATE CRIME AWARENESS WEEK

This week is national Hate Crime Awareness week and The Gateshead Housing Company is pleased to share with you a video and artwork that has been developed as part of an awareness raising project about mate crime that their customers were involved in  https://vimeo.com/278307406

 

The Gateshead Housing Company supported this Gem Arts project through the housing company’s Community Fund as they are keen to raise awareness of this growing issue and help people understand what mate crime is and how to report it.