Friends, Family and Pride | BREAKFAST TEA

June 20, 2016

Breakfast Tea – Friends, Family and Pride (June 20, 2016)

It’s been a rough week. With the Orlando shooting and the inadequate response to it regarding LGBTQ+ and race issues, I have to say I’m glad to see this week fade into the past. But there were good things, too. I’ve never felt more loved and accepted by my friends, both queer and¬†straight/ally, than I have this week. And we all needed to feel that love. So as we get ourselves ready for Pride, remember the love and fight the hate.



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Dain Evans
A transplant to Brooklyn from the Midwest, Dain has been an advocate for change since the beginning. After graduating from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Documentary Film Producing, he continued this work at organizations that shared this mission, including Kartemquin Films, creators of Hoop Dreams and The Interrupters, POV, a documentary series on PBS, Film Sprout, the community outreach powerhouse behind The Invisible War and The Hunting Ground, and UnionDocs, a non-fiction community arts organization. He continues this passion as the founder and host of Permission, a blog and podcast encouraging "no apologies" in the LGBTQ+ world.