Are you LGBTQI+? Born outside the UK? An immigrant to Britain? Migrant? Refugee/asylum seeker? BAME/PoC? From the GRT community? Or from another ethnic minority? All faiths and none.
This may be the last chance
to record your oral history
& express yourself
in many creative ways at RAINBOW PILGRIMS
-a groundbreaking heritage & diversity project celebrating Britain’s diverse LGBTQI+ immigrant communities. Here is how you can join us & help create a legacy:
- Do you want to be interviewed for a podcast and make a difference for young creative people?
Join us next Saturday 25 November, from 13:30 @Roundhouse Radio, Camden
- Do you want to express yourself in a portrait-style photo? Or do you have a personal object with a story to be captured?
Reserve your place in a free photo-shoot with professional photographer Susanne Hakuba
Shooting takes place on Sunday 26 November from 11am-4pm around Camden area/North London, location & details can be arranged individually;
couples/friends/pets etc welcome. click here to see how we did it in Manchester .
Contact us for more info: email@example.com or via Susanne Hakuba
- Do you want to be in the Rainbow Pilgrims documentary film?
Show us a place that is important for your journey, your faith ritual, your most precious personal object …or tell us what inspires you most about being LGBTQI+ and an immigrant to the UK!
Shooting takes place on Sunday 26 November 11am-4pmwith Andrew Cummings & crew around North London (see also re: photo-shoot above – can be combined). Contact us for more info: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Have you donated your oral history to the Rainbow Pilgrims archive collection?
We hope to record audio testimonies until spring 2018, BUT, if you’d like your story to feature in our groundbreaking pop-up exhibition to be launched for LGBT History Month in February 2018, you’ll have to make an appointment with us until 04 December 2017.
Contact project manager Shaan asap via email@example.com
Travel expenses paid.
Make a difference for LGBT History. Thank you.
Not quite sure about taking part? Talk to us at the annual LGBT Archives Conference on 02 Dec 2017 at the London Metropolitan Archives. Click here.
Calendar of #LGBTHM18 events coming soon.