FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Northridge— The Pride Center of the University Student Union (USU) invites all Matadors to join with the CSUN deaf and queer communities to celebrate the power and beauty of intersectionality at “Deaf Queer Fest”. On Wednesday, Feb. 19 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., in the Grand Salon of the USU, this special event will feature exciting games, captivating entertainment, FREE food, enticing vendors, and helpful resources for the community.
“The Pride Center wants to highlight and show support to our Deaf Queer community, right here at CSUN,” says Whitney Workman, Pride Center Supervisor. “Come and experience an evening to remember in a welcoming American Sign Language environment with friends, family, and community!”
All Matadors, especially those who identify with the Deaf and Queer communities, are invited to “Deaf Queer Fest” to enjoy a variety of ASL-friendly entertainment. You can also check out deaf queer artists, vendors, and resources while networking with the community. Everyone at this unique event will celebrate the diversity of the Deaf Queer community through inclusivity, ASL communication, and visuals. Join us to show your support and engage with others in the community!
Experience a fun opportunity to celebrate the Deaf Queer community at “Deaf Queer Fest”! ASL interpreters will also be provided for those who don’t know ASL. For more information, please contact Pride Center Supervisor, Whitney Workman at whitney.workman@ csun.edu or visit csun.edu/pride.