SALGA is excited to be a community partner for the screening of the film Kumu Hina, a documentary about a transgender woman who dedicates herself to improving the overall wellbeing of her people. The film is screening as part of Asian American International Film Festival at City Cinema Village East | July 27, 2014 2:30 pm
Get your special Salga discount by using the
promotion code CommPart020 at checkout when purchasing tickets on the website: http://aaiff.org/2014/
An important note: When choosing what type of ticket to purchase, make sure to inform your members to choose “Student, Elderly or Disabled,” as the selected ticket type, instead of general admissions.
Dyke March with Q-Wave and SALGA on Sat 6/28
2:30pm Pre-march Brunch at Dhaba Indian Restaurant (108 Lexington Ave b/n 27th-28th St)
($10.95 lunch buffet special)
4:30pm Meet in front of the NYPL (main branch library, between the lions)
Look for the Q-WAVE and SALGA banners and please don’t be late! The march steps off at 5pm and ends in Washington Square Park a couple hours later. Feel free to bring noisemakers and signs, and wear comfortable shoes; also, shirts are totally optional!
For your safety, please note: The Dyke March is a protest march, not a parade – we don’t ask for a permit, because we have the right to protest. We recognize that we must organize amongst ourselves to fight for our rights, our safety, and for visibility. Thousands of dykes take over the streets every year in celebration of LBTQ women and to protest against ongoing discrimination, harassment, and anti-LBTQ violence in schools, on the job, in our families, and on the streets. This is the 22nd year of the NYC Dyke March. www.dykemarchnyc.org
SALGA, Tarab NYC, Q-WAVE and GAPIMNY present:
COLOR ME QUEER!
The biggest party for queer people of color for NYC Pride 2014.
$15 suggested donation. 21+ only
Call for volunteers (free entry): http://tinyurl.com/ColorMeQueer2014
bollywood, arabic, pop, hip hop, reggae, soca, chutney and more by DJ Sue, DJ Bashar and DJ dynAMITe
women, transgender, and genderqueer folks especially welcome.
Join Asian Pride Project for Our Portraits, Our Families, a groundbreaking group photography exhibition at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) that celebrates the journeys, triumphs and struggles of LGBTQ individuals in our Asian and Pacific Islander communities.
Join Asian Pride Project, SALGA-NYC, GAPIMNY and Q-WAVE for a special panel called:
MOCATALKS: The Artist & LGBTQ Experience
Thursday, June 19th, 2014
MOCA, 215 Centre Street (b/w Howard & Grand)
6:30pm – 8:30pm
View the works, munch on samosas, spring and summer rolls, drink wine, mingle and hear a behind-the scenes conversation with three artists, Nelson Chan Alexis Padrigal Lim and Chiun-Kai Shih, and family subject, Navin Dargani & Navin Manglani.
Navin & Navin are a Sindhi Indian married gay male couple, and were photographed by Nelson with Navin M.’s mother and sister. Alexis is a artist who captured the story of Deen, a transgender Indian male, who was photographed with his partner and partner’s family. Chiun-Kai Shih is a fashion photographer who took inspiring portraits of LGBTQ creative professionals.
Pre-Register HERE with a $5 Discount Promotion Code: APPSALGA – type code in “promotion” box (at bottom of billing screen)
(Total = $5/person) or Walk-In and say “APPSALGA” . The $5 ticket will give you access to all MOCA exhibitions!
Please visit Our Portraits, Our Families, a groundbreaking group photography exhibition at the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)
until July 13th, 2014!
Pride season has started here in the beautiful city of New York! We had so much fun with ourSALGA NYC community at Queens Pride, and can’t wait for another exciting event to share with our friends! Please join us this Saturday evening to continue celebrating with Brooklyn Pride.
This is the only night time parade in the northeast, march with SALGA NYC to show your pride!
Date: Saturday, June 14th, 2014
Meets us on DOUGLAS STREET between 5th & 4th Avenues (closer to Fifth Avenue) at 7:00 PM. pm
The Parade starts at 7:30 p.m.
5th Avenue and Lincoln Place
Nearest Transit Stations:
Union St. ( D,N,R)
Bergen St. (2,3,4)
7 Ave. (B,Q)
We look forward to having you join us in representing our proud desi queer community! For more information visit our website below and http://brooklynpride.org
Come join The SALGA NYC Book Club on Sunday, June 22nd at 4pm–6pm, as we discuss…
“What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” by Raymond Carver:
“In his second collection of stories, as in his first, Carver’s characters are peripheral people—people without education, insight or prospects, people too unimaginative to even give up. Carver celebrates these men and women.”
• “Carver’s America is helpless, clouded by pain and the loss of dreams…It is a place of survivors and a place of stories…”—The New York Times Book Review
• “Splendid…The collection as a whole, unlike most, begins to grow and resonate in a wonderful cumulative effect.”—Chicago Tribune Book World
• “One of the true contemporary masters.”—New York Review of Books
Please join us as we discuss this selection over snacks & beverages. And feel free to bring your favorite snack or beverage as well. For the venue location and contact information, please send an email to:
Join us in the march with our fabulous dance team, DJ dynAMITe, community, and allies as we march down 37th Avenue at the annual Queens Pride Parade!
Date: Sunday, June 1, 2014
Meet us on 83rd st and 37th avenue – 10:30 am.
Parade Starts At: 11:30 am
85th Street and 37th Avenue
Jackson Heights, NY 11372
We will also have a tent and table set up at the post parade festival. Stop by to say hello and hang out!
Dance team will also perform on stage at the festival!
Directions By Public Transportation: take the E,F,R,G subway trains to “Roosevelt Avenue/Jackson Heights” station, or take the #7 subway train to “74th Street – Broadway” station.
Questions? Volunteers? Email us: Hello@salganyc.org
Salga NYC / dj dynAMITe / TT Present :
Queens Pride Kick-off & Salga’s Birthday Party.
We’re turning 23 and want to celebrate with you for all of your support and dedication to the organization and community!
This year, we are extra excited about our presence at Queens Pride and would like to get our community just as excited through this kickoff event! Show your support and spirit by wearing desi attire!
Bollywood beats by dj dynAMITe at Inc. Lounge located on the 2nd floor of the Time Hotel.
$5 before midnight/ $10 after/ no cover with desi outfit!
Dress Code: Dress to impress (no hats, no boots, no flip flops) or desi attire preferred.
224, W 49th Street (b/w Broadway and 8th ave), 2nd floor, New York, NY, 10019.
Parade : June 1st, 2014 / 12 PM / Jackson Heights
We are excited to announce Sholay Productions as a co-sponsor again for this year’s float! Come meet up with us at the meeting point before marching as a group down 5th Avenue. Our very own SALGA NYC Dance Team will be showing off their new moves!Interested in volunteering and helping with this year’s pride float and theme? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
39th St, btwn 5th Ave and 6 Ave (SALGA is Section 3#, Order #7
Event: SALGA Dance Team Rehearsal and Fun Times
Dates & Times:
- Saturday, April 12 from 2pm-4pm: Studio 6
- Saturday, April 19 from 2pm-4pm: Studio 6
Location: Gibney Dance, 890 Broadway (between 19th and 20th St.), NY NY — 5th Floor
Contact person: email@example.com
Event details: Interested in joining the SALGA Dance Team? We’re working on year-round programming and would love to see you join us! We’ll be getting together Saturday October 12 for a little no-stress dance practice (wear comfy clothing), and then heading to a little post-practice hang-out in the area (karaoke may or may not be involved).
No experience necessary! If you like shakin’ ya tailfeather, then this could be you: