Week of March 5 - 11
There's just 9 days left to make your Florida AIDS Walk donation to SAVE -- which will be MATCHED 1:1 by AIDS Healthcare Foundation!
The SAVE Sentinels & Guardians' Society invite you to join us for:
Before Night Falls
An exclusive opera performance on March 24 with a special preview and cocktail gala THIS SATURDAY, March 11!
** TICKET PURCHASE INCLUDES ADMISSION TO MARCH 11 PREVIEW EVENT **
Based on the memoir of Cuban poet Reinaldo Arenas, Before Night Falls follows Arenas’ life from childhood poverty in Cuba to his emigration to the United States in the Mariel boatlift and his last decade in New York City.
The opera follows his trials as a political prisoner disillusioned by the Revolution and persecuted by Castro as a dissident writer and homosexual, forced to smuggle his manuscripts abroad for publication.
Join us tomorrow at O Cinema Wynwood for
Heralded by the New York Times as "Exhilarating...a must see", this official selection of the Sundance Film Festival will undoubtedly enter the canon of important work of queer cinema.
JOIN THE ACLU OF FLORIDA THIS SATURDAY:
THE RESISTANCE TRAINING
An ACLU Town Hall
@ Watsco Center at the University of Miami
1245 Dauer Drive, Coral Gables, FL 33146
Doors open 3:30PM. Event begins 5PM.
ARIANNA'S CENTER INVITES YOU TO TRANSSOCIAL SATURDAYS AT PRIDELINES:
The Health Promotion and Care Lab at University of Miami is looking for HIV-negative gay and bisexual men between the ages of 18-35 to participate in a health and wellness study.
SAVE is proud to join Poverello the evening of Thursday, March 16 for Celebrity Lip Sync Battle -- a fundraiser for Florida AIDS Walk!
Watch SAVE Executive Director Tony Lima lip synch for his life and raise money for SAVE's Florida AIDS Walk team at the same time! There will be a $15 entry fee, and all of the tips each performer receives will go to their team.
Questions? Email Campaign Manager Bren Pantilione at [email protected]
NEWS THIS WEEK
SAVE joins Awake the State protests on first day of state legislative session
SAVE Public Education Manager Carla Peña and Campaign Manager Bren Pantilione spoke out on holding our state legislators accountable at rallies in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties this Tuesday. Watch Bren's speech here >>
North Miami unveils LGBTQ sculpture honoring SAVE and other local equality icons
“A rainbow” of residents and officials from across the county gathered Saturday in a North Miami park to witness the unveiling of a sculpture honoring the pioneers of Miami-Dade LGBTQ history... Click here for full coverage, including photos and videos of speeches, from The Miami Herald >>
Congrats to SAVE Executive Director Tony Lima on being accepted into the Rockwood Leadership Fellowship! Over the next year, Tony will join social justice leaders from across the country to gain tools and skills to help change themselves, their communities, and the world.
Promote, protect, and defend LGBTQ equality.