[Image description: A rectangular graphic with a beige background. Gray icons of a stethoscope, heart, and building blocks are featured. The left side of the graphic features a large yellow-orange chat bubble with black and green text that reads "March 3 - 7-8 p.m. Eastern", "Queer Health Education", and "Social Determinants of Health". Below is a green chat bubble with white text that reads "Let's navigate the healthcare system!" Underneath is a circular headshot of a Black man with short black hair. His left hand rests under his chin, and he has three silver rings on his fingers. Below his photo is a rounded rectangle with text that reads "Malcolm Soaries (he/him), Digital Creator". To the left of the photo is text that reads "Healthcare Enrollment Coordinators: Owen Pudliner (he/him), Jordan Sánchez (they/she) & David Celli (he/him)”. To the right of the photo is a graphic of an open laptop with a multi-paneled virtual meeting on the screen. Above the laptop is a gray text box that reads “Email [email protected] for Zoom link and accessibility needs”. The Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center logo is in the upper right corner of the graphic. Along the bottom of the graphic is a gradient strip of intersectional Pride colors.]
Join Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center for the first session in a three-part virtual series about queer health education during the month of March. Led by state-certified healthcare enrollment assisters, this series is designed to empower LGBTQ+ community members to learn more about their healthcare options in Pennsylvania.
This hour-long session will focus on social determinants of health, featuring keynote speaker Malcolm Soaries (he/him).
About the speaker: Malcolm is a Black cisgender gay male from central New Jersey. He works as a digital copywriter and also shares his favorites in beauty, fashion, and pop culture on YouTube. As a gender non-conforming male, he proudly enjoys his diverse hobbies which include Britney Spears music, Harry Potter movies, and sci-fi fantasy novels.
Email [email protected] for the Zoom link(s) and any accessibility needs.