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QTPOC at Strut presents MONEY HONEYS! June Show!

Join comedians and money buffs Dara M Wilson and Yasmine Khan for a hilarious and informative event brought to you by QTPOC at Strut, Money Honeys! June 5th at 7 PM!

Dara and Yas dive deep on a money topic, telling personal stories, uncovering institutional traps, and arming you with tools to improve your money-life! The show is 50% comedy, 50% education, and 0% judging you. Forget all the snobby money advice you’ve heard (cutting avocado toast is not going to buy you a house!) – Money Honeys is the podcast and show about money from two ladies of color that won’t make you hate yourself. This is the last installment of a three part event!
Info on their special guest coming soon!
Make sure to reserve your spot on EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/qtpoc-at-strut-presents…
Follow MONEY HONEYS on twitter to get all the updates and listen to the podcast https://twitter.com/moneyhoneyspod
Strut is still open, but Walk-in clients are not being seen at this time. Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instructions, or go to sfaf.org for more information. Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
Strut Limited Clinical Services: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm

QTPOC at Strut presents MONEY HONEYS!

Join comedians and money buffs Dara M Wilson and Yasmine Khan for a hilarious and informative event brought to you by QTPOC at Strut, Money Honeys!

Dara, Yas dive deep on a money topic, telling personal stories, uncovering institutional traps, and arming you with tools to improve your money-life! The show is 50% comedy, 50% education, and 0% judging you. Forget all the snobby money advice you’ve heard (cutting avocado toast is not going to buy you a house!) – Money Honeys is the podcast and show about money from two ladies of color that won’t make you hate yourself. This is the second of a three part event!
Info on their special guest coming soon!
Make sure to reserve your spot on EventBrite:https://www.eventbrite.com/…/qtpoc-at-strut-presents…
Follow MONEY HONEYS on twitter to get all the updates and listen to the podcast https://twitter.com/moneyhoneyspod
Strut is still open, but Walk-in clients are not being seen at this time. Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instructions, or go to sfaf.org for more information. Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
Strut Limited Clinical Services: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm

QTPOC at Strut presents Black Love!

Join us for another Black Love! Part of QTPOC at Strut November 12th, at 7:00 PM (pdt) Free!

Black Love brings you music, poetry, comedy, and art by Black Queer performers, free! Info on performers coming soon!
Make sure to reserver your spot on Eventbrite so we can send you a link to join us the day of the show: TICKET LINK!
Black Love was created in collaboration with Strut by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun, and Beatrice L. Thomas back in 2016 and Strut has been doing the performance series ever since! This season we are super happy that Black Love is curated once more by Tanea Lunsford Lynx! To learn more about Tanea visit her website! tanealunsfordlynx.com
Strut is still open, but Walk-in clients are not being seen at this time. Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instructions, or go to sfaf.org for more information. Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
Strut Limited Clinical Services: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm

Black Love! Performances by Black Queer Artists

Join us for another Black Love! Part of QTPOC at Strut Sept 17th, at 7:00 PM (pdt)

Black Love brings you music, poetry, comedy, and art by Black Queer performers, free!

Black Love was created in collaboration with Strut by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun, and Beatrice L. Thomas back in 2016 and Strut has been doing the performance series ever since! This season we are super happy that Black Love is curated once more by Tanea Lunsford Lynx! To learn more about Tanea visit her website! tanealunsfordlynx.com

Make sure you reserve your spot on EventBrite so we can send you the link to join us the day of the show! :EVENBRITE TICKET LINK!
Strut is still open, but Walk-in clients are not being seen at this time. Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instructions, or go to sfaf.org for more information. Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
Strut Limited Clinical Services: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm

Black Love: In Conversation with Black Imagination

Join us for this very special Black Love! Part of QTPOC at Strut July 11th, at 6:00 PM (pdt) Free!

Author, writer, educator Tanea Lunsford Lynx leads a conversation about Black Imagination, creativity, queerness, and the future of Black Literature.

Black Love was created in collaboration with Strut by Na’amen Gobert Tilahun, and Beatrice L. Thomas back in 2016, and Strut has been doing the performance series ever since! This season we are super happy that Black Love is curated once more by Tanea Lunsford Lynx! To learn more about Tanea visit her website! tanealunsfordlynx.com
Strut is still open, but Walk-in clients are not being seen at this time. Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instructions, or go to sfaf.org for more information. Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
Strut Limited Clinical Services: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm


QTPOC at Strut presents MONEY HONEYS! with Money HAHA!

Join comedians and money buffs Dara M Wilson and Yasmine Khan for a hilarious and informative event brought to you by QTPOC at Strut, Money Honeys!
Dara, Yas dive deep on a money topic, telling personal stories, uncovering institutional traps, and arming you with tools to improve your money-life! The show is 50% comedy, 50% education, and 0% judging you. Forget all the snobby money advice you’ve heard (cutting avocado toast is not going to buy you a house!) – Money Honeys is the podcast and show about money from two ladies of color that won’t make you hate yourself. This is the first of a three part event! Info on their special guest coming soon!
Register now to get your tickets on EventBrite! Here is the link: https://www.eventbrite.com/…/qtpoc-at-strut-presents…
Follow Money HA HA on twitter to get all the updates and listen to the podcast https://twitter.com/moneyhahapod
Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
Strut Limited Clinical Services:
Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am – 4 pm
Walk-in clients are not being seen at this time.
Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instruction

Strut Book Club reads “The Prophets” by Robert Jones Jr.

Let’s Talk Queer Lit!

Hi there Queer Book Clubbers!
For the month of April, we are reading “The Prophets” by Robert Jones Jr.
The Strut Book Club will be meeting
Monday, April 26 at 7 PM, (pdt) virtually!
Please make sure to read the entire book beforehand and come ready to discuss your thoughts.
This queer book club has been around since 2003 and currently, we are holding meetings virtually due to the pandemic.
How to Join: You can join in two ways, go to our Facebook invite where the zoom link will be posted the day of the event Strut Book Club Facebook EVent . Or Email our facilitator Baruch before the event and he will send you the zoom link. His email is baruch@sfaf.org 
If you have any questions about Strut’s events and or this Queer/Gay Book Club please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
About the book
“A novel about the forbidden union between two enslaved young men on a Deep South plantation, the refuge they find in each other, and a betrayal that threatens their existence.”
To find out more about the author visit their linktree: https://linktr.ee/robertjonesjr

The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


The Toolbox: Stonewall’s Tools for Making Positive Change – Online

Join us in taking a deep dive into a broad range of key readings, hot topics, and evidence based interventions practiced by the experienced substance use counselors and harm reductionists at the Stonewall Project. Learn about the drugs you use, the influence of the world around you on your use and basic tools you can use to effect positive change. Whether you are interested in abstinence, managed use or want to start exploring your relationship with substances for the first time, the practical information shared can help you bring health and harmony to your life. Facilitated by Anibal Mejia and Paul Kilfoil.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


PLUS Support Group – Online

A peer support group for people living with HIV. We gather to share information, resources, offer and receive support and have an opportunity to build community. We meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month via Zoom from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Substance use IS NOT a focus of this group. Everyone living with HIV is welcome, especially Black, Indigeneous, and People of Color. For more information contact Alfredo at adelabra@sfaf.org.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


PLUS Support Group – Online

A peer support group for people living with HIV. We gather to share information, resources, offer and receive support and have an opportunity to build community. We meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month via Zoom from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Substance use IS NOT a focus of this group. Everyone living with HIV is welcome, especially Black, Indigeneous, and People of Color. For more information contact Alfredo at adelabra@sfaf.org.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


PLUS Support Group – Online

A peer support group for people living with HIV. We gather to share information, resources, offer and receive support and have an opportunity to build community. We meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month via Zoom from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Substance use IS NOT a focus of this group. Everyone living with HIV is welcome, especially Black, Indigeneous, and People of Color. For more information contact Alfredo at adelabra@sfaf.org.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


PLUS Support Group – Online

A peer support group for people living with HIV. We gather to share information, resources, offer and receive support and have an opportunity to build community. We meet every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month via Zoom from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM. Substance use IS NOT a focus of this group. Everyone living with HIV is welcome, especially Black, Indigeneous, and People of Color. For more information contact Alfredo at adelabra@sfaf.org.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Strut Bookclub reads “The Best at It” by Maulik Pancholy

Let’s talk Queer Lit!

Hi there Bookclubbers! For the month of February, we are reading “The Best at It” by Maulik Pancholy!

The Strut Book Club will be meeting Monday, February 22nd at 7 PM, (pdt) virtually!
Please make sure to read the entire book beforehand and come ready to discuss your thoughts. This queer book club has been around since 2003 and currently are holding meetings virtually due to the pandemic.
The link to the virtual book club meeting will be posted here the day of the event.
If you have any questions about Strut’s events and or this Queer/Gay Book Club please feel free to contact our community events manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org
About the book
From actor Maulik Pancholy comes an incredibly charming, heartfelt middle grade debut about Rahul Kapoor, a gay Indian American boy coming into his own in a small town in the Midwest.
To learn more about the author Maulik Pancholy visit his website: Maulik Pancholy
We recommend supporting local bookstores especially Dog Eared Books Castro! Dog Eared Books Castro Website!
Can’t get to a bookstore, we recommend this website called bookshop.org
Here is the link to get the Book
Strut is still open, but Walk-in clients are not being seen at this time.
Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instructions, or go to sfaf.org for more information

Trans Voices! February Show! 2021

Join us for our next Virtual Trans Voices!

This show is free and will feature performances of poetry, music, and comedy!

Friday, February 26th at 7 PM Pacific time! Hosted by Pearl Teese!Performer info and line up coming SOON!

Like all our events, this virtual event is free! Make sure to reserve your spot on EventBrite so we can send you a link to join us the day of the show!

Go here to get your free ticket EVENTBRITE

Trans Voices was created in collaboration with Strut by Julian Shendelman, and Kay Nilsson back in 2015 and Strut has been doing Trans Voices focused on the Trans arts Community ever since.

Questions about Strut or San Francisco AIDS Foundation events please contact the community event manager Baruch Porras Hernandez at baruch@sfaf.org

Strut is still open, but Walk-in clients are not being seen at this time. Please call the clinic at 415-581-1600 for instructions, or go to sfaf.org for more information


UMOJA

Honoring and Preserving Black Lives through Unity, Mobilization, Outreach,  Justice, and Action

SF Community  commemorates National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day with a message on the state of HIV/AIDS in the Black community for 2021

Join via

https://sfaf.zoom.us/j/99496024895

or call (669) 900-6833        Meeting ID: 994 602 4895  /  Password: 365293


Let’s Talk About Sex! – Online

Want to maintain your substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking you off course? Have questions about how to break the link between sex and substance use? Each week we will discuss a different topic related to sex, dating, or intimacy. It might get juicy. All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Let’s Talk About Sex! – Online

Want to maintain your substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking you off course? Have questions about how to break the link between sex and substance use? Each week we will discuss a different topic related to sex, dating, or intimacy. It might get juicy. All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.


Let’s Talk About Sex! – Online

Want to maintain your substance use goals without the ins and outs of sex and dating taking you off course? Have questions about how to break the link between sex and substance use? Each week we will discuss a different topic related to sex, dating, or intimacy. It might get juicy. All substance use goals welcome. Facilitated by Chris Powers and DaeSean Jones.

Please contact Stonewall at Stonewall@SFAF.org or 415-487-3100 to get Zoom info.