This month’s dialogue circle is in collaboration with our friend Susie Ximenez of the Latinx Project. We’re also excited to offer a bilingual conversation in both English and Spanish.
We’re cosmically grateful to the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center for providing us space for this month’s dialogue circle.
You can find Tell Me How It Ends in person at your local bookstore, Amazon (in print, audiobook, and e-book), and the Mid-Hudson Library System has 6 copies in circulation. As we seek to make the texts accessible, please send us an email to chat about getting one on behalf of the generous donations from our community: RadicalLiberationProject@gmail.com
Little ones are welcome! They are the next revolutionaries after all. // RLP always takes place in kid-friendly spaces.
We’ll provide drinks and snacks. Let us know you’re coming! RSVP Here:
The Center is committed to providing access, equal opportunity and accommodation in its services and programs. To request accommodation (i.e. ramp, ASL interpretation, etc.) contact Farrell Brenner at least ten days in advance at: 845-331-5300, or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.