#QTPOClove sightings around town!

Many of you have enthusiastically sent us photos of our ad campaign that you’ve seen on the subway, at T stops, or in the paper.  Here are a few.

New to the #QTPOClove campaign?  Find out more.

Celebrating #QTPOClove Community Event

The Celebrating #QTPOClove event at Makeshift Gallery on October 15th was well attended.  Speakers and performers spoke to themes of love in Queer and Trans communities of color as well as experiences of surviving abuse.

This community event for domestic violence awareness month also celebrated the launch of the TOD@S Collaborative’s #QTPOClove campaign.

Thank you to Jha D, Zili Misk, Claudia Martinez, and all our other guest performers and speakers for the event!

#QTPOClove Provider Event

The #QTPOClove campaign launch event for providers was a wonderful success.  Service providers from domestic violence programs, sexual violence programs, and community health centers came out to support the campaign and find out more.  Many took posters and flyers back to their agencies.

Thank you to Jane Doe Inc. for cosponsoring the event and for all those from the Hispanic Black Gay Coalition, Fenway’s Violence Recovery Program, Renewal House, The Network/La Red, Asian Task Force, the Visioning BEAR Circle Intertribal Coaliton, and the TOD@S Leadership Crew that made this event a success.

Check out our photos of the event and go to our #QTPOClove page to find out more about the campaign.

  • The visual designer, Anum, and the artist, Quan.
    The visual designer, Anum, and the artist, Quan.
  • The artist behind the images in the Campaign, Quan X.
    The artist behind the images in the Campaign, Quan X.