We all live and were born in a nation state. The passports that we have (or don’t have) limit or grant us our freedom to move. Even if we are ideologically against nation states and borders, they are still realities in our lives. People often connect stereotypes with countries they don’t know personally. At TQU we want to challenge these stereotypes and show different artists, activists, events etc. that are all part of the global queer community, and much more diverse than people might expect!

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Queer Haitians Find a Refuge in Vodou

Queer Haitians Find a Refuge in Vodou Feared and denigrated by members of other faiths, Haitian Vodou is a far cry from the zombie-raising cult of a thousand horror films — and it’s also...

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Places Dominican Republic

Places Santo Domingo Hotels: Camilo House Apartments – The Camilo House Apartments are centrally located in the Colonial Zone of Santo Domingo. If you are looking for convenience, value and security, look no further....

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Film Festivals Dominican Republic

Santo Domingo OutFest 2015 La Red de Voluntarios de Amigos Siempre Amigos (RevASA) realizará del 26 de noviembre al 6 de diciembre en la Cinemateca Dominicana el “Santo Domingo OutFest 2015”, Festival Internacional de...

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Film Festivals Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Queer Filmfest La Convocatoria para la  Octava Edición del Festival 2016  está abierta Fecha Límite: 15 de Julio de 2016 Buscamos trabajos audiovisuales de temática LGBTQ (ficción o documental,… Source: www.puertoricoqueerfilmfest.com/

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Writing: Dionne Brand

Dionne Brand is a renowned poet, novelist, and essayist. Her writing is notable for the beauty of its language, and for its intense engagement with issues of social justice, including particularly issues of gender...

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Writing: Fiona Zedde

Jamaican-born Fiona Zedde currently lives and writes in Atlanta, Georgia. She is the author of several novellas and novels of lesbian love and desire, including the Lambda Literary Award finalists Bliss and Every Dark...

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Writing: Staceyann Chin

Staceyann Chin is a Jamaican-Born, Brooklyn-Living, Woman-Loving, Writer/Poet, Political Activist and Performance Artist.   staceyannchin (@staceyannchin) | Twitter Writer. Poet. Activist. Lesbian. Feminist. Jamaican. Immigrant. Radical. Mother. chinpoet@gmail.com. New York City Source: twitter.com/staceyannchin  

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Groups & Organizations Jamaica

JFLAG The last two decades have seen several attempts aimed at arresting the decaying values and attitudes that exist across the island of Jamaica especially among the youth. Evidence from a recent survey conducted...

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Groups & Organizations Haiti

LGBT Rights in Haiti Lutter pour les Droits de la Communauté M Nou Tout se Moun, Nou Tout Gen Dwa! Source: www.kouraj.org/

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Groups & Organizations Grenada

Groundation Grenada ACTION COLLECTIVE Social change Caribbean art Media Re-education (r)Evolution Source: groundationgrenada.tumblr.com/

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Groups & Organizations Antigua and Barbuda

Antiguan Resilience Collective Inc. (ARC) ARC work with vulnerable groups that includes; sex workers, migrants, LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transsexual) people, low-income women, and youth who also experience intense stigma, discrimination and social...

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MUSIC: Krudas Cubensi

Odaymara Cuesta and Olivia Prendes are Cuban Hip Hop MCs, Independent Musicians, Poets, Theater Performers & Educators representing Womyn, Immigrants, Queers and People of Color Action as a Central Part of the Change. They...

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