Past Actions

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Past Actions

Fabulous & United: Queers Pack the Court for Floyd v. City of New York

FIERCE Speaks Out at Floyd v. City of New York

On Thursday, March 28, 2013, FIERCE mobilized to pack the court for Floyd v. City of New York as part of Communities United for Police Reform (CPR). FIERCE along with the Audre Lorde Project, the Anti-Violence Project, Make the Road NY and Streetwise & Safe held a press conference and rally outside the courthouse to lift up the experiences and voices of LGBTQ communities who are also impacted by police profiling and discriminatory policing practices!

Register Your Bowl-a-thon Team Today!

2013 FIERCE Bowlathon Flyer
On Saturday, October 26th from 2-4pm FIERCE will proudly present our 6th Annual Bowl-a-thon Extravaganza!

The Bowl-a-thon is a youth-organized grassroots fundraising event that brings together over 150 community members to raise $32,000 to support FIERCE, dress in fantastic costumes, win amazing prizes, and party for social justice! This is FIERCE's most fun and important grassroots fundraising event and we can't do it without you! Don't miss a moment!

Grab your friends, loved ones, and coworkers and sign up your team at www.fiercenyc.kintera.org/2013bowl today!

LGBTQ Youth of Color- Apply for ELP Today!

Accepting ELP applications through April 7th!

Applications for FIERCE's paid internship, the Education for Liberation Project (ELP) are finally out! ELP is for LGBTQ youth of color interested in deepening their knowledge about oppression, social justice, our movement and FIERCE.

You much identify as an LGBTQ youth of color between the ages of 13- 23 to apply. Click here to download the application. Applications are due April 7th. Don't hesitate to apply! If you have questions, contact Emerson (emerson@fiercenyc.org)

Mother's Cry for Justice in support of Ramarley Graham

This Friday May 9th (the Friday before Mother's Day), the mothers of Anthony Baez, Sean Bell, Amadou Diallo and others will stand in solidarity with Constance Malcolm (mother of ‪#‎RamarleyGraham‬) to call on the Dept. of Justice to do a full investigation into the killing of Ramarley. Join Justice Committee (JC), New York Civil Liberties Union - NYCLU, ColorOfChange.org, MXGM's People's Self-Defense Campaign and others to stand w/these mothers.

For more information please contact Lead Organizer John Blasco.