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The B’is of Colour History Report has been reprinted as a full-colour A5 booklet, just in time for Pride season!

If you would like some free copies for your stall at Pride or any other event that needs bisexual visibility, email us at bis.of.colour@gmail.com and we can send some out to you.  We have a limited budget, so we can only send a small amount outside the United Kingdom (overseas postage is wicked-expensive), but give us an email and we will try to sort something out.

SAVE THE DATE!

Sunday 14th of February may be Valentines Day, but it’s also the Bi’s of Colour Celebration for LGBT History Month!

Where: Peckham Library (5th floor) – 122 Peckham Hill St, London SE15 5JR.  Nearest train station is Peckham Rye (has lots of stairs) or Peckham Queens Road (has a lift). The library is very accessible, with decent loos inside and ramps to enter.

When: 1pm – 3pm

Why: LGBT History Month is traditionally not a great time for either People of Colour or Bisexuals.  We tend to get erased, and our history is ignored.  Jacq Applebee will be talking about our history project, and there will be refreshments too!  

If you need any more info, email us at bis.of.colour@gmail.com