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Project Speak Out Loud! Story Reading & Discussion

June 22 @ 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM


Please join the Project Speak Out Loud Peer Educators (PSOL PEs) for the public debut of a story they’ve written themselves and a guided discussion, hosted by the Bureau of General Services—Queer Division!

A young adult short story with LGBTQIA+ characters and themes, “Lost Souls” is sure to be a tale you won’t forget! Free PDF download of book will be available to those who attend.

Anyone and everyone is welcome to join and celebrate the hard work of these teens/young adults.

Project Speak Out Loud! (PSOL) is a peer education program supported by queer youth of color ages 14-24 and their allies. Peer educators provide free sexuality education workshops that are sex-positive, comprehensive, and inclusive to community members throughout NYC. PSOL’s goal is to build LGBTQ+ cultural competency through a reproductive justice lens and provide safer spaces in NYC for black and brown LGBTQ+ youth to express themselves and be heard!

For more information or to request a workshop with PSOL Peer Educators, please contact Gillian Singer (PSOL Community Educator & Activities Specialist) at


Registration on Eventbrite is required in order to receive the Zoom link on the day of the event.

Closed-captioning will be available.

Suggested donation to benefit the Bureau: $5.

All are welcome to join, with or without a donation.

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New York, NY United States


Bureau of General Services—Queer Division