- Monday, September 20, 2021 at 06:00 PM
- Morristown Unitarian Fellowship
This Monday, we’ll be continuing our celebration of GAAMC’s 49th anniversary by continuing our discussion of what GAAMC means to us.
To have a healthy and productive conversation, please consider how you might answer these questions:
- How did you hear about GAAMC?
- Share a GAAMC story.
- What does GAAMC mean to you?
- How would you like GAAMC to look at its 50th? What can we do to make that happen?
Additionally, we will share a curated list of photos from GAAMC's "family album."
CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: We will continue to meet in the fellowship's "Meeting Room," where we have been meeting since June. We will continue to serve sealed, individual snacks/beverages and ask that people maintain social distancing and wear masks whenever they are not eating or speaking. Construction has been completed on the new front steps, doors, and entry, making the building more accessible to all. You may now park in the lot closest to the front door. There is still no parking around the circular drive, as that must remain clear as a fire lane. If you are transporting someone who needs to use the ramp, please drop them off near the ramp, to the right of the stairs, and proceed through the brick walls to the parking lot.
- Wednesday, October 20, 2021 at 06:00 PM
October is LGBTQ History Month! This year, GAAMC is teaming up with Roxbury Public Library to produce a live event to be held over Zoom. Our program will feature live and recorded segments of members of the LGBTQ community explaining significant points along the LGBTQ history timeline and how their lives were directly impacted by these events...good and bad.
If you would like to participate, we are looking for as young and diverse a group as we can find to present as accurate and broad a historical perspective as possible.
What part of our history impacted your life the most? We are looking for people who have experience with the Manny's Den Case of 1967, Stonewall Riots of 1969, the AIDS epidemic, Don't Ask - Don't Tell, and issues related specifically to LGBTQ life in New Jersey, such as changes to NJ's Law Against Discrimination, etc.
Send an email to [email protected] if you would like to participate. Because we have only enough time for 5 or 6 topics, we may not be able to include you in our live broadcast, but may be able to include your piece in our new website, which is currently in development.