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SIGN OUR PETITION!

Engage elected officials to support our new permanent home at the Bedford Union Armory. Click here to sign our petition on Change.org. 

 
 

We’re Moving!

We’ll be in our new space at 1360 Fulton Street, Restoration Plaza, Brooklyn effective August 15 and expect to be fully operational by September 1. We will do our best to accommodate all groups and meetings from August 15 – 31.
If your group currently meets at the Center, please consult with Dillon Seebalack, Program and Development Coordinator, for more information at (347) 889-7719 or dseebalack@lgbtbrooklyn.org.
Please bookmark our program calendar for up-to-date scheduling changes!
See your new floorplan!

LGBTQ New Americans Share Immigrant Stories and Shatter Myths
Elle (Bulgaria), Marvin (Jamaica), Sei (Philippines), Sergey (Kazakhstan), Alex (Jamaica), Oliver (Nigeria), and Julia (South Asia) tell their personal stories in their own words.
Meet the 2016 New Americans >

2020 Vision
A Strategic Framework for Brooklyn’s Twenty-First Century LGBT+ Center.
We aim to be Brooklyn’s premier network of programs and services for the LGBT+ community and our allies to connect, organize, play, and belong. Let us know what you think about our thinking!
Here’s the plan >
Want to accept our challenge to share your own 2020 Vision ideas? 
Here’s how >

Our Latest News


FOX 5 NEWS, JUNE 23, 2017: PRIDE AND PREJUDICE? RACE TINGES LGBT CELEBRATIONS.
The significance of the rainbow colors in and of itself means unity,” said our very own Lisa Davis in an interview. See more at Fox 5 News

GAY CITY NEWS, JUNE 17, 2017: LEADERSHIP AWARDS AT BROOKLYN PRIDE CENTER.
This year’s honorees were Queer Health Warrior, Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, and City Councilmember Carlos Menchaca, who represents Brooklyn’s 38th Council District. Read more at Gay City News

ACTING DA GONZALEZ ANNOUNCES LGBTQ INITIATIVE DURING PRIDE MONTH
The initiative is aimed at better serving the LGBTQ community in Brooklyn by providing assistant district attorneys with training to ensure they are culturally equipped to handle LGBTQ-specific crime victims. Read more at the Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Program Calendar


July 2017

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  • Center Closes Early Today at 6pm
  • YouthPRIDE activities end early today
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  • YouthPRIDE: Hangout Haven | Laptop Lab
  • YouthPRIDE: GAYmers
  • YouthPRIDE: Dream Catchers
  • Brothers in Gratitude - AA Meeting
  • TRANS AA
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  • QMHI Mental Health Support Group
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  • ElderPRIDE: Great Minds Group
  • OA Meeting
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  • Bolly X: The Bollywood Dance Workout
  • Overeaters Anonymous
  • Trans & Gender Non Conforming Support Group
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  • YouthPRIDE: Hangout Haven | Laptop Lab
  • YouthPRIDE: Hot Queer Topics
  • YouthPRIDE: Activity Group
  • YouthPRIDE: Self Care
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  • YouthPRIDE: Hangout Haven | Laptop Lab
  • YouthPRIDE: ZINE
  • YouthPRIDE "Sex Talk"
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  • YouthPRIDE: Hangout Haven | Laptop Lab
  • YouthPRIDE: GAYmers
  • YouthPRIDE Open Mic Night
  • Brothers in Gratitude - AA Meeting
  • TRANS AA
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  • ElderPRIDE: OUTing: Field Trip to Brooklyn Museum
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  • ElderPRIDE: Great Minds Group
  • OA Meeting
  • QTPOC Meditation Group

View Full Calendar >>

Upcoming Events

Programs & Resources

Come out and connect with your Center!

ARTS & CULTURE

Come OUT and… CREATE
The arts make our creativity visible and we want you to express yourself.

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Elder Pride

Come OUT and… TEACH
You’ve paved the way for those who have come after and we want to hear from you about programs and services that meet your needs and interests.

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TGNC Pride

Come OUT and… BELONG
We’re here for you and want to hear from you about activities, services, and programs that that meet your needs and priorities.

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Youth Pride

Come OUT and… INSPIRE
You’re our future and we want you to succeed through positive, life-affirming activities.

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12-Step & Support

Come OUT and… HEAL
The Center provides a safe, supportive environment for many groups to meet — and we’re looking to provide more.

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Resources

Brooklyn and New York City have a rich history of providing resources to the community. Go here to see what’s out there for you. Information is updated regularly.

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