RUSA Readings: The Power of Queer Manifesto

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Dears! How many times you have heard phrases like “LGBTIQ Movement”, “activists”, “Queer fighters”, “Queer Ideology”? And how many of you ever read one of the statements created by LGBTIQ activists? We would like to invite you to join our readings! This time we will discover a few Queer Texts (Manifestos) that have changed the way of imagining the LGBTIQ …

DRAG QUEEN PIN-III: Around the World

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Dears! The third night of DRAG is coming up! We would love to dedicate that show to everyone who has ever been discriminated against, bullied, or treated as a second-class human being. The main concept of the party: AROUND THE WORLD! Hits Across the Globe! Join us, and perform along! April 25, 2017 6.30 pm THERAPY NYC, 348 West 52nd …

Queer Myths and Legends: Making His(Her)story

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On October 19th, RUSA LGBT will hold a “Pop-Talk” session with Lyosha Gorshkov, “Queer Myths and Legends: Making a History”.  Lyosha is a Queer Professor, who has been doing LGBTIQ studies for the last 12 years. Lyosha is intended to share his knowledge about the development and mystification of Queer History. As a community, we often don’t bother ourselves, questioning «Откуда …

Vechera Na Hutore Bliz Dikanki – Discovering Ukraine

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RUSA LGBT will host the first cultural exchange meeting, dedicated to exploring Ukrainian traditions, food, and heritage. Gogol, Shevchenko, Lesya Ukrainka, songs, melody of Ukrainian soul, folk tales, salo, galushki and many many other things! After meeting RUSA invites everybody to have a dinner at Ukrainian East Village Restaurant, located on 140 2nd Ave. in Ukrainian Village. Please, come, and make …

Documentary: ACT UP Fight to Stop AIDS Epidemic

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  Dear friends! RUSA would like to invite you to very special movie screening of “How to Survive a Plague?”, a documentary dedicated to one of the critical issues in the U.S. LGBT history – HIV/AIDS epidemic in the 1980-1990s, and the most prominent advocacy group “ACT UP”. ACT UP was the first organization pushing the U.S. government to start …

HIV, PrEP and Sexual Health

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RUSA would like to invite you to the meeting with Michael Cruz from ASCNYC (Allied Services Center NYC) on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 7 p.m. Michael is going to do a free HIV testing, and make referalls to PrEP fro anyone interested! Also, we will discuss issues related to the sexual health and services that you could receive across …