Friday, October 14, 2011

The Friday Zip Line

It's all over but the shouting. Ladies and Gentlemen, plus those who haven't decided, it's 2011 Fall Midland and the national board meeting for The National Association of Black and White Men Together, Inc. It has landed in Little Rock for its three day run, October 14-16 with visitors decending on the La Quinta Inn & Suites (617 So Broadway, pictured) which is serving as the host hotel. The weekend is complete with a Friday evening Welcome to Little Rock Mixer, Saturday City Tour, Staurday evening Award Reception featuring keynote speaker, Mr. Jammal Clue of The National Alliance of States anbd Territoral AIDS Directors in Washington D.C,  Concluding the event will be Sunday's Grand Brunch at 610 Lounge. If you haven't saved the date then you should have. It's going to be a none stop weekend of meetings, memories and magical moments. Stay tuned to COP 24/7 for all the coverage and close up's coming next week!

LGBT History Month

Icons October 15th - 18th

Daniel Hernandez Jr. - Saturday, October 15th

"I don't think I'm a hero—the heroes are people who spend their entire lives trying to help others."
University of Arizona student Daniel Hernandez Jr. became a national hero when he saved the life of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. More
Langston Hughes - Sunday, October 16th

“What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or does it fester like a sore—and then run?” A celebrated poet and novelist, Langston Hughes was a major contributor to American literature. More
Frida Kahlo - Monday, October 17th
“Painting completed my life.”Frida Kahlo is a renowned Mexican artist. Her paintings have commanded higher prices than any other female artist.

David Kato - Tuesday, October 18th “
What they're doing now is to make it more harsh on people, anyone promoting homosexuality is being criminalized.”

David Kato was the founder of Uganda’s LGBT civil rights movement. His murder brought global attention to the plight of LGBT people in Africa. More

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