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Are you a Black Lesbian or Queer Woman 40 years or older?

ZAMI NOBLA's email list is a great way to stay informed about issues affecting us as we age.

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Greetings All,

Our “News & Events" page is the place where you will find information about upcoming events. Today, though, I want to invite you all to settle down into an online space where you can feel free to post your own thoughts. Please consider joining  our list serve. You can subscribe by clicking on the link at the left.

You are probably saying all I need is another list serve, I have facebook. This listserve is different because there is intent at its birth to make it different. Facebook is cool, I use it, but sometimes I just want to have an intimate chat with my sisters, network , kick it and have some private time to talk about life as I move and age in this world. Sometimes, I want to moan about my creaking bones, smile about my grey pubs, exhale when I have another hot flash, cry when my mother or grandmother can't or won't remember my name, and wonder if love has passed me by because I'm 60 or 70. This list serve may not be for you, but it might.

Come on over, I dare you to keep loving and growing... If you come to stay, you need to know that you are expected to share the load by talking and sharing with your sisters sometime.

I'll see you there, don't forget to invite a friend...

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Mary Anne Adams, MSW
Founding Director of ZAMI NOBLA



ZAMI NOBLA Sponsors the Audre Lorde Scholarship Luncheon

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(click on image above for tickets)

Honoring 2016 Scholar Enchante Franklin with Special Guest Speaker Dr. Emilie Townes, Vanderbilt University Divinity School

Featuring The ADODI Muse: A Gay Negro Ensemble
& Introducing Women Sweet on Women Trio

The Commons Performing Arts Hall @ First Congregational Church of Atlanta
125 Ellis Street, Atlanta, GA 30303

(front of Commons Performing Arts Hall- Free Disabled Parking and Drop-Off Only)

General Paid Parking Lot in the back of the Church on John Wesley Dobbs- Steps Lead Up to the Commons Performing Arts Hall

$35 General Admission
$15 Students and Elders 65 and older

For more information, call 404 647-4754


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