A Carriacou word meaning women who work together as friends and lovers. The name ZAMI also honors the late Audre Lorde, a Black lesbian feminist who was poet laureate for New York State and who wrote the biomythography ZAMI: A New Spelling of My Name.
National Organization of Black Lesbians on Aging
One Night Only! DJ BATTLE!
ZAMI NOBLA Presents the DJ Battle
Featuring Members, Mary Anne Adams, Kim M. Alston, Nola Barnwell, Tammy Leverette, and Alesia D. Swan with Guest EMCEE Mac Dante
A Women’s Only Free Event!
All Women Are Welcome! Register Now! Seating Is Limited!
The Tip Jar will benefit our Black Lesbian Elder Emergency Fund!
Sat, Aug 15, 2020, 8:00 PM Eastern Time,
7:00 PM Central Time, 5:00 PM Pacific Time.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the DJ Battle.
ZAMI NOBLA’s Community Music Program is Offering FREE Group Ukulele Lessons for Fulton County Residents and LGBTQ Adults Across the Nation.
Six Sessions Taught by Angela Denise Davis
Every Sunday, August 30-October 4- 2020
3:00 PM Eastern Time
2:00 PM Central Time
12:00 PM Pacific Time
Registration Link for Zoom:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the session.
FREE SLOW YOUR ROLL YOGA CLASSES!
Identifying the Coronavirus Pandemic Needs of Black Lesbians
Become a ZAMI Intern!
Become an Intern for ZAMI NOBLA!
We now have volunteer internship openings for our
Nonprofit Organization Leadership Internship Program
An Update on the ZAMI NOBLA Biggers Residence for Black Lesbian Elders
Huge thanks to everyone who donated money for the makeover. We have completed the exterior work with the exception of the accessibility ramp, and are raising funds for the interior renovation.
Our goal is to provide long-term housing for two lesbian elders over 55!
Without Community, there is no progress! Please consider making a donation to help us complete the renovation.
Photos and video by Marilyn Nieves.
Graphic Design by Angela Uke
ZAMI NOBLA aims to empower, affirm, and serve the lives of lesbians of African descent as a resource for the latest research on the issues that affect us the most.