Barghouti Tomorrow, Bashar Honored Thursday, LGBTQ Activism Panel Sunday

Omar Barghouti & Nyle Fort: Freedom Fighting & State Repression

Tuesday, April 25th – 6:30pm

Join us for a conversation about the struggle for Palestinian rights featuring BDS co-founder Omar Barghouti in conversation with Nyle Fort. Omar Barghouti is a Palestinian human rights defender, co-founder of the Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) and the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement.

Presented by: The Palestinian BDS National Committee, Jewish Voice for Peace, Adalah-NY: the US Campaign for the Boycott of Israel, Tarab NYC, Enlace, Jews Say No!, PARCEO, Queers Against Israeli Apartheid, Muslim-Jewish Anti-Fascist Front.

Tarab NYC Founder, Bashar Makhay, Honored at the Arab-American Heritage Celebration 

Thursday, April 27th – 5:30pm

In partnership with  Arab-American Family Support Center, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams invites you to the Arab-American Heritage Celebration.  We are excited to share that our very own Bashar Makhay is being honored for his contributions to the Arab American community including being the founder of Tarab NYC!  Please join us in celebrating this honor!

What Will Be Different: LGBTQ Activism in a Changing America

Sunday, April 30th – 3:00pm

Despite celebrated and hard-won advances in equality, the deeply diverse LGBTQ community has always been targeted by bias and hate. In recent months that antagonism has flared, entwined with other forms of intolerance.  Now, as people who openly disparage LGBTQ rights fill key posts within the U.S. Government, and an old, anti-Other sentiment gains new legitimacy, what are the challenges and goals of LGBTQ activism today? What is the historical context for this battle, and what guides those at its front lines? Join us for a free public forum with four thinkers and activists who will bring powerful perspective to these questions.

Presented by the Queer South Asian Collective, Tarab NYC, Audre Lorde Project, Fierce, J. Bob Alotta, Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice, BlackGirl Mansion, Park Avenue Christian Church & The Tate Group.

Security Culture This Saturday!

Know Your Rights – Protect Your Privacy

Our current world is especially not safe for those of us who carry an intersection of multiple marginalized identities in addition to being Muslim. On Saturday April 8, Muslim Law Students Association, National Lawyers Guild – New York City Chapter (NLG-NYC), Tarab NYC, OUTLAWS, in partnership with CUNY CLEAR invite you to attend Security Culture, a day long Know Your Rights conference for Muslims, people of color and allies who wish make their communities safer and more inclusive. We are asking for a donation of $20 or whatever you can afford to cover the expenses for the day. Food will be provided.

Register Here     Donate Here

There will be a 3 Know Your Rights sessions that cover: Flying While Muslim, Interactions With Law Enforcement, and Charitable Giving. An emphasis will be put on digital security and best practices for personal and organizational safety.

This event is also sponsored by:
National Queer Asian Pacific Islander Alliance, Muslim Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity – MASGD, Muslim Bar Association of New York, Police Accountability Organization (PAO), MENA Law Students (MENALS), Students for Justice in Palestine (CUNY). International Refugee Assistance Project

Updates can be found on our website and the Facebook Event Page.

Bil Tarab,

The Tarab NYC Board