EqualityToledo is excited to announce its second "Hear Me Out" event at The Toledo Museum of Art. In conjunction with TMA’s Localeyes program, “Hear Me Out” will feature 5-6 people who will tell their story next to a specific piece of artwork. The storytellers chose a work within the Museum that they connect with emotionally or relate to. EqualityToledo is happy to invite the Toledo community to listen to several personal stories from local LGBTQ members in the hopes of improving understanding, awareness, and empathy in the community.
Come help us clean and re-organize our Community Pantry!
Volunteers can further help by bringing cleaning wipes, paper towels, trash bags, gloves, and other similar cleaning supplies.
Parking is available in the Collingwood Presbyterian lot off Floyd.
Join us for an evening of live local entertainment: bands, drag performers, theater companies, DJs and more at Toledo's famous LOVE WALL!
Your $5 donation at entry benefits Equality Toledo's ongoing education, activism, and other anti-defamation efforts to eliminate discrimination in our region on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression.
People under 18 admitted with a parent or legal guardian. Please note that some bands/performers may use harsh language during their performance. Can't wait to see you!
We will be setting up our Community Pantry, putting together shelving and organizing the space, and collecting donations. Volunteers needed! Please see below for how you can help before the event takes place!
We need in-kind donations to help set up our space. Besides our wishlist, we need a working refrigerator, trans care items, and travel size toiletries (no razors).
Here's how you can help:
While the data questionnaires are being worked on and improved, focus needs to turn to completing a fundraiser between now and Pride in August. Suggestion so far was a Silent Auction. Please come to this meeting with items, contacts, ideas, or anything else that can help us put together our first self-run center fundraiser!
Join us for our third film in our LGBTQ Film Series.
Based on a true story, Pride depicts a group of lesbian and gay activists who raised money to help families affected by the British miners' strike in 1984, at the outset of what would become the Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners campaign. The alliance was unlike any seen before and was ultimately successful.
We especially encourage our friends in labor to attend so that we can further strengthen our connections and create more unity within our movements.
Popcorn and light refreshments will be provided. Blankets and pillows are encouraged for added comfort.
Join us for our second of three films in our series.
Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin
Despite his achievements in the Civil Rights Movement, Bayard Rustin was silenced and imprisoned due to being an openly gay man in a homophobic era.
Happy to partner with Community Solidarity Response Network.#BlackLivesMatter
Popcorn and light refreshments provided. Feel free to bring a blanket and pillows for extra comfort.
Join us as we celebrate our 12th anniversary serving the Glass City in the Gerber House of the Collingwood Arts Center. This year, we will tour the CAC hearing ghost stories, and you'll have some time to explore on your own. Light refreshment will be provided, cash bar.
Tickets are $35 and available at the door, online, or at any of our upcoming events, with proceeds benefiting Equality Toledo's ongoing work to eliminate discrimination in our region based on sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression through education, activism, and other anti-defamation efforts.
EqualityToledo is excited to announce its first "Hear Me Out" event at the The Toledo Museum of Art. In conjunction with TMA’s Localeyes program, “Hear Me Out” will feature 5-6 people who will tell their story next to a specific piece of artwork. The storytellers chose a work within the Museum that they connect with emotionally or relate to. EqualityToledo is happy to invite the Toledo community to listen to several personal stories from local LGBTQ members in the hopes of improving understanding, awareness, and empathy in the community.
The Toledo Pride Festival is a large-scale, outdoor event showcasing the best in local and national entertainment. The festival also boasts a parade, food and merchandise vendors, and networking with numerous community organizations including social groups, churches, and health and wellness groups. For more information about Toledo Pride go to: www.toledopride.com
Join us in the Parade or Visit our Booth at Toledo Pride! To participate with EqualityToledo email us at: Info@equalitytoledo.org
Friday, June 23rd Outdoor Movie on the Wall at the Attic on Adams
Watch Facebook for the movie title and other details.
Saturday June 3rd and Sunday 4th, 10:00-5:00 at 2015 Parkwood Ave.
Join us in the Parade. If you are interested in walking, please contact us at: Info@equalitytoledo.org
Or stop by to see what’s new with Equality Toledo at our booth. Looking forward to seeing you!
Join us for brunch at Pam's Corner! Tickets: $25.00, Two Seating times: 11:00 and 12:30.
This year we're doing something different. It'll be an all you can consume morning that includes a pancake bar with different flavors and toppings that will surely make your tummy happy, sausage and bacon. If you're over 21, you'll also get complimentary mimosas. You can't lose!
Money raised will support the education and advocacy efforts of Equality Toledo. Purchase tickets at www.equalitytoledo.org. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
April Service with Pride (monthly community service volunteer opportunity) will be an Easter Egg Hunt for Bethany House Families. We will meet in the parking lot of Home Depot on Secor Road at 9am sharp and travel together to the Easter Egg hunt. We will assist with setting up the egg hunt, face painting and helping the children find the goodies! Join us for this event to make a child’s day fun and exciting! If you plan to attend please RSVP at email@example.com. All volunteers get a T-shirt.
Join us for an evening of films, view one or all. Free and open to the public, discussion with TATS, refreshments provided. Student Union 2591, Parking Lot 13
Schedule is as follows:
6:00pm Trans Spotlight
6:15pm We've Been Around
6:45pm Silent T
9pm Out Late
Learn more about the recent Administrations decision to eliminate protections for trans kids in schools. We’ll then write to various elected officials and members of the current administration to implore them to reinstate these protections. Event will be held in the Pride Center 419 in the Collingwood Arts Center. All volunteers get a T-shirt.
Join us for our monthly community service volunteer opportunity: Service with Pride. Harvey House has a Home. Volunteer to help unload their moving truck. We will meet at their new location 1415 W. Sylvania Ave. to unload and unpack. Bring your muscles. All volunteers get a free T-shirt.
Join us for “Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic” which offers an overview of the African American, Gay artist’s prolific 14-year career. His signature portraits of everyday men and women riff on paintings by Old Masters, replacing European aristocrats in those paintings with contemporary black subjects and drawing attention to the absence of African Americans from historical and cultural narratives. The exhibition also features a selection from the artist’s ongoing World Stage project, which he started in 2006 by establishing a satellite studio in Beijing; several bronze portrait busts and new stained glass “paintings.”
Free admission. Cash Bar and appetizers. Tour of the artist’s work at 6:00
Support Equality Toledo through the Winter Getaway Raffle
- Tickets $10.00 each 3 for $25.00
- Raffle Basket includes: $100 Hotel gift card, movie tickets, restaurant gift certificate, travel candles, wine, glasses, candy, coffee and more.
- Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase tickets. The Raffle drawing will be held on 2/12/17 at our February Winter film event.
Join us for our Winter Film Series monthly film. BROTHER OUTSIDER illuminates the life and work of Bayard Rustin, a visionary activist and strategist who has been called "the unknown hero" of the civil rights movement. A tireless crusader for social and economic justice, a disciple of Gandhi, a mentor to Martin Luther King Jr., and chief organizer of the 1963 March on Washington, Rustin dared to live as an openly gay man during the fiercely homophobic 1940's, 1950's and 1960's. BROTHER OUTSIDER reveals the price that Rustin paid for this openness, chronicling both the triumphs and setbacks of his remarkable 60-year career.
This event if free and open to the public.
Toledo City Council committee hearing for the Ban on Conversion Therapy, at Council Chambers, One Government Center. Let’s fill the chambers to support the ban on conversion therapy!
Join us for our Winter Film Series monthly film. The Normal Heart tells the story about the onset of the HIV/AIDS crisis in New York City in the early 1980s. It explores the nation's sexual politics as gay activists and their allies in the medical community fight to expose the truth about the epidemic to a city in denial.
This event is free and open to the public
Join us for our monthly Service with Pride; our community service volunteer opportunity. This month we will be assisting the Pride Center 419 with clean up and organization. Please bring work gloves and cleaning supplies.
All volunteers get a T-shirt.