Safe(r) BIPOC BBQ Cookout | Black Mental Health Connections Montreal
On Friday, August 11, between 4p.m. and 11p.m., you're invited to our Safe(r) BIPOC BBQ Cookout!
Come through and eat some amazing and flavourful Jamaican sandwiches and patties from Lucki Delite, a queer Jamaican restaurant from Plateau-Mile-End.
Unwind and take a break from the festivities in the QTBIPOC Safe(r) Space where you will be able to paint, get some astrological & tarot reading.
Get a chance to win a book from Librairie Racines!
You do not want to miss it;,you’re welcomed to the space!
Don’t miss out on:
• Free Jamaican BBQ
• Sandwiches & Patties
• Vegetable options
• Book Contest
The QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous & People of Color) Safe Space is a space made available to Black, Indigenous, and racialized 2SLGBTQIA+ folks. This space is calm place, away from the crowds, where people can go to sit down, decompress, gather and benefit, if need be, from active listening services offered by counsellors with an anti-oppressive approach and from 2SLGBTQIA+ community organizations.
The Safe Spaces, such as the Youth Safer Space (14-25 years old) and the QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous & People of Color) Safe Space, are accessible on the festival site at the Esplanade du Parc Olympique. In the QTBIPOC Safe Space, all forms of racism, sexism, transphobia, homophobia, xenophobia, ableism, and all forms of violence (verbal, physical, sexual, etc.) are not tolerated. Please note that this space is exclusive to queer, trans, Black, Indigenous & racialized people.
16h00 to 23h00
Esplanade du Parc olympique Accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Accessible to people with reduced mobility.
French and English
It's free 👍 Tell your friends!
- Black Mental Health Connections Montreal