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#GetJustice LGBT Youth Summit

On Monday, April 1, 2019, the LGBT Network will hold its second annual #GetJustice Youth Summit at the CUNY School of Law.

The Youth Summit is the Queens’ LGBT activism and advocacy conference that educates and empowers students, educators, professionals, health and human service providers, and other members of the community to advocate and organize in their schools and communities around the needs of LGBT young people through the lens of Sexual and Reproductive Justice.

Attendees will also receive training on how to implement and organize the LGBT Network’s new youth-led day-of-action, and return to their schools and communities with knowledge, skills, and an SRJ Tool Kit, and be ready to #GetJustice!


The LGBT Network 2019 #GetJustice Queens LGBT Youth Summit is SOLD-OUT!
There has been an extraordinary response for this 2nd annual event, and we are unable to accommodate additional registrations at this time.


In the event that we have cancellations, you can add yourself and/or your group to our Summit Waitlist by calling our Queens LGBT Center (Q-Center) location at 718-514-2155 or sending an e-mail with your name, affiliation, and number of registrations to

Thank you!



  Workshops will be offered in the following areas:

The #GetJustice Youth Summit offers attendees in-depth education on Sexual and Reproductive Justice (SRJ), and how to employ an SRJ lens and approach to advocate and organize for the needs and rights of the LGBT community, particularly LGBT youth. Students, educators, activists, professionals, and community members are encouraged to attend.

  • Community and Youth Organizing
  • Sexual and Reproductive Justice
  • Advocacy and Activism

Conference Program:


Conference Fee:

  • Registration & Continental Breakfast
  • Opening Session
  • Workshop Session I
  • Lunch
  • Workshop Session III
  • Closing Remarks

Free for everyone!


To Register




Registration is currently SOLD OUT.


Contact: J.R. Cehonski, Queens Program Manager or 718.514.2155

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