Join the Board, Pitch a Project, Join us on the Beach!

Join the Tarab NYC Board

Tarab NYC is recruiting new board members. Board members are expected to attend weekly meetings, participate in quarterly retreats, and support the mission and values of the organization through a focus area of their choice. If interested, simply contact us and answer the following question: Why do you want to join the Tarab NYC board? That’s it, feel free to include anything else you think would be important for us to know. We will followup with those interested in the coming weeks.

Pitch a Project

Interested in leading a project under the Tarab NYC umbrella that benefits the QTMENA community? Pitch us your idea by contacting us and include what you need in order to implement it (including $, time, people, etc).

Attend Our Community Meeting on July 20th

Join us for a community meeting on July 20th where we will discuss how we operate, how you can get involved, and meet other members of our community. You must identify as MENA and Queer or Trans to attend. This will take place virtually – 7PM – 8PM on July 20th. Register in advance.

Tarab On The Beach Returns July 25th!

Join us for music, dancing, hookah, sun and fun as queer Arab, Middle Eastern and North African folk take over the northern part of RIIS beach on Saturday, July 25th for Tarab On The Beach! The 9th Annual Tarab On The Beach starts at noon and ends before sunset (around 7pm). Follow social distancing guidelines, bring a cooler with your favorite drinks and food or enjoy some of our offerings for a donation. This event is free but we will be collecting donations during the event to support The Okra Project. Registration is not necessary, but greatly appreciated.

March With Us This Sunday

Tarab NYC @ Queer Liberation March For Black Lives and Against Police Brutality

 Registration is closed for this event

The Reclaim Pride Coalition has been monitoring events and carefully deliberating to determine the nature of this year’s Queer Liberation March. They have determined that the only way to move forward is to once again have a physical March through the streets of Manhattan on Pride Sunday, June 28. The March will center the movement for Black Lives and focus on the violence committed against Black bodies by law enforcement and the mass incarceration state.

Tarab NYC will be organizing a Queer Middle Eastern and North African Contingent - more details to follow - please RSVP to get most up to date information and to volunteer. We will meet at 12PM for sign making and Know Your Rights Training. We step off at 1PM. Exact meeting location will be emailed soon.

When
June 28th, 2020 12:00 PM   through   6:00 PM
Location
Queer Liberation March Starting Location
Foley Square
Lafayette Street, Worth Street, Centre St
New York, NY 10013
United States

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Please help us and let your friends, colleagues and followers know about our page: Tarab NYC @ Queer Liberation March For Black Lives and Against Police Brutality


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https://tarabnyc.org/march-with-us-this-sunday/?civiwp=CiviCRM&q=civicrm%2Fevent%2Finfo&id=161&reset=1

Black Lives Matter

#blacklivesmatter
#حياة_السود_مهمة
#SiyahYaşamlarDeğerlidir
#جان_سیاهان_مهم_است
Recent events have brought to light many things we already know: the police system is inherently racist and anti-black and there is a history of systemic violence and racism towards vulnerable communities. We know that we must fight everyday against white supremacy and too many Black lives have been lost at the hands of the police. We celebrate the resilience of Black and Brown people and the power of people coming together to organize and fight injustice. To fight against anti-Black racism is to fight for our collective struggle. We mourn the loss of George Floyd, Tony McDade, Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, Mohamed Bah, and way too many others that we demand justice for. We will continue to challenge the anti-Black rhetoric that exists within Middle Eastern and North African communities while standing in solidarity with our Black family, folks who are on the streets, and all people who experience the harms of police violence.