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Halifax Pride Youth Hangout

  • Halifax Central LIbrary, BMO Room, 2nd Fl 5440 Spring Garden Road Halifax, NS, B3J 1E9 Canada (map)

Spring is finally here and we want to make the most of it. Join the Halifax Pride Youth Committee for a hangout on April 29th at the Central Library. Grab some snacks and make some awesome queer buttons that you can wear during the festival! This will also be a chance to learn a bit more about what Halifax Pride is doing for the youth in our community, and how you can get involved! 19 & under.

April 29, 2019
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Central Library
BMO Room, 2nd Floor

- Snacks and light refreshments will be offered.
- The Halifax Central Library is a wheelchair accessible space.
- Gender neutral washrooms are identified on site.
- ASL interpretation services may be arranged by emailing a minimum of 72 hours prior to the event.
- Active Listener will be on site.
- On site childcare can be provided.
- Those requiring travel assistance may obtain Metro Transit tickets from the organizers at the event.
- If you require any additional accommodations please give us notice by emailing

Halifax Pride is committed to encouraging conditions for safer spaces at our community gatherings. Everyone must feel respected, valued for who they are, and able to express themselves, regardless of their gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, race, age, physical or mental ability. Halifax Pride commits to and encourages all those who gather with us to:
- Speak from personal experiences and avoid speaking on behalf of others
- Try to use "I" statements to share reactions or experiences "I feel..." "I am affected by..."
- Don't make assumptions about others’ identity or experiences
- Be mindful of how long and often we speak so that everyone has a chance to contribute
- Consider the impact of privilege and intersectionality on discussions
- Listen to each other so we understand the various perspectives
- Clarifying questions are encouraged
- Share beliefs, opinions, and points of view rather than judgements
- Allow others to speak and refrain from side conversations
- Maintain confidentiality. Information shared that should stay inside these walls
- Notify a meeting organizer with specific concerns about being identified or photographed

Earlier Event: April 29
International Dance Day