Spotlight on Faith & LGBTQ+ Activism: Álvaro Duran

[Image description: A graphic with a background of wide golden diagonal stripes. The center of the graphic features the geographic shape of El Salvador that is filled in with the country's flag. Behind the country's shape are horizontal intersectional Pride stripes. In front of the country's shape is a circular photo of a Latino man holding a large wooden cross. Underneath is a black oval with white text that reads "Rev. Álvaro Duran (he/him)." On the left side of the graphic is black and white text that reads "March 30," "6:30 p.m.," and "Spotlight on Faith & LGBTQ+ Activism." The logos for Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center and Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem are featured on the right side of the graphic. The lower left corner of the graphic features black text that reads "522 West Maple Street, at Bayard Rustin Way, Allentown, PA, 18101" and "Masks and proof of vaccination required."]

Anglican theologian, pastor, and LGBTQ+ human rights defender, Rev. Álvaro Duran (he/him), is the first and only openly LGBTQ+ religious leader in El Salvador. The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Center, in collaboration with the Episcopal Diocese of Bethlehem, welcomes Álvaro as he comes to speak about LGBTQ+ liberation and the commitment of radical inclusion and justice that communities of faith can embody. This time with Álvaro also speaks to the intersection of Latino/a/e cultural identities, spirituality, and gender and sexual diversity. This event, which takes place on Wednesday, March 30 at 6:30 p.m., will be bilingual.

Masks and proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required.

Got questions? Please email Cultural & Community-Building Programs Manager Robin Gow (they/he/ze) at [email protected].

March 30, 2022 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
Robin Gow (they/he/ze) ·

Will you come?