From No More Downlow– The 2012 International Queer People of Color Conference (QPOCC) was held recently on the campus of California State University Northridge. The event focuses on the importance of diversity within the greater LGBT community. In addition, in this NoMoreDownLow.TV Newsbreak, conference goers sound off on the revelation that the National Organization of Marriage (NOM) had a specific strategy to drive a wedge between the black & Latino communities and the LGBT community.
The 500 plus attendees at the Queer People of Color Conference (QPOCC) came from all parts of North America to discuss social reform and unite in solidarity and empowerment. Focusing on the injustices and oppression faced by same gender loving people of color. The three day event included workshops, panel discussions and caucuses on issues ranging from politics to gender identity, from HIV & safe sex to the coming out process for ethnic people.
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