Night of Noise

 
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Friday, April 12, 2019

Our Night of Noise event on April 12th brings the national Day of Silence to an end. Day of Silence is a symbolic, nationwide event, representing the silencing of LGTBQ+ youth caused by bullying and harassment. Students and youth pledge silence to represent dissent of homophobia, transphobia, and bullying in schools. Night of Noise ends Day of Silence on a proud and optimistic note, with a march and LGBTQ+ speakers and performers. Out Boulder County's Night of Noise event will start with a workshop for creating march signs and masks at 1 pm at the Pridehouse. We will also have food at the Pridehouse at 4 before the march, with options for a variety of dietary restrictions. At 5 pm, the students will march from the Pridehouse to Casey Middle School, where prominent members of the LGBTQ+ community will speak about their experiences. We will also have resource booths for various LGBTQ+ organizations that serve our community. Our event ends with drag performances at 7:30 and a debrief back at the Pridehouse at 8:15. This event is focused on youth ages 12-18, but all ages are welcome to attend. We look forward to a night of celebration of the experiences and diversity of the Boulder County LGBTQ community!

If you are a youth and interested in being a speaker and/or performer for Night of Noise, click here.
If you are interested in having your GSA table at this event, click here.

Thank you to our paid youth interns for planning, organizing, and putting on this event! To learn more about our 2019 youth interns, click here.

For more information, contact our Youth Program Coordinator, Jenna (she/they) at jhowerton@outboulder.org.