UPCOMING EVENTS

Tuesday, June 28, 2022
8pm EST


FUCK BLACK MEN REVUE
In partnership with CNP for "We Will Be Heard" Week of Action

ABOUT THE SCREENING
We are excited to collaborate with CNP during this year's "We Will Be Heard" Week of Action on a retrospective of four decades of sexual health marketing focused on Black men who sleep with men.
Friday, July 1, 2022
9pm EST


POMO AFRO HOMOS
Fierce Love: Stories from Black Gay Life

In partnership with CNP for "We Will Be Heard" Week of Action

ABOUT THE RECORDING
Fierce Love was conceived, written, and performed as a response to the absence of three-dimensional black, gay men on the American stage. The show premiered at Josie's Juice Joint & Cabaret in San Francisco in January 1991, and went on to tour nationally and internationally to critical acclaim until 1994 (Brian Freeman revived the show with a new cast in 2010). This recording marks the final performance by the original ensemble cast of the Pomos -- Djola Branner, Brian Freeman, and Eric Gupton.

About Us

BLACK, GAY, stuck at home is a project created by Michael Ward (@michaelxward) and Joshua Henry Jenkins (@joshjenks). As the world was asked to stay at home during the COVID-19 pandemic, a need for affinity and community remains.

BLACK, GAY, stuck at home is our effort to both gather folks together but to also center Black queer film, allowing for folks to engage with one another and build community but to also engage with familiar and perhaps new work centering Black queer experiences.

Our inaugural viewing and live chat featured Patrik Ian Polk's 2000 feature film debut Punks which has long been out of print and rarely screened in recent years. That event saw 500+ registrants.

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