The ACCM youth committee will be hosting a monthly film series open to ALL MEMBERS. We will be viewing and discussing four documentaries that link past activism to issues that are topical today. We hope to foster stronger intergenerational bonds within ACCM and inform our activism and advocacy. Track Two is a documentary film about the 1981 Toronto bath house raids and riots and the events that precipitated them. It is a rare and unique record of a watershed moment…
Members of our board of directors will be explaining what an AGM is and why it's important, as well as the bylaw changes that will be proposed at the next AGM on June 6th. This is a great way to have your voice included at the structural level of the org! To register: email@example.com
Join the Aging with HIV committee to celebrate the official launch of ACCM's health journal! This journal is a tool designed by-and-for our community to help support members' own health and well-being goals. Come by to pick up a free copy of the journal, get some snacks and refreshments, and hear from committee members about why the journal was made and how to use it! To register, email Lucky at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 514-527-0928 ext. 210.
New to Montreal? Join us to explore the sites, stories and queer history of the village. The tour will be in English and Spanish, and led by board member and legendary D&D chef Thomas! Meet at ACCM at 1pm to begin the tour. Email Celia at email@example.com to register.