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June 28, 2021
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Queer Lynn Scene Lynn Pride Panel and Mixer – PHOTOS

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Images by Joey Phoenix for Creative Collective Queer Lynn Scene held their 2021 Lynn Pride Panel and Mixer on Wednesday, June 23rd at Lynn Museum/Lynn Arts. The panel consisted of members of the LGBTQ2IA+ Community in Lynn, including Marianthy Posadas Nava (she/they), Zan (they/them), Narong Sokhom (they/them), Jessica Beal (she/her), and moderator Cristian Recinos (any pronouns) Sounds for the mixer
June 28, 2021
April 22, 2021
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Uncovering and Honoring Deep Roots with the HairStory Project

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by Joey Phoenix ReRooted: Presented by The HairStory Project is an offering that will stream live on Thursday, April 29th at 7:30pm from Museum of Science [Register Here]. The event is billed as a multimodal virtual production providing context for the ongoing debate of natural hair and celebrating the roots of African heritage. This project is made possible (in part)
April 22, 2021
June 25, 2020
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Masacote Shows Lynn as “Out and Proud” with Queer Lynn Scene

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by Joey Phoenix Ana Masacote of Lynn, MA is an internationally-renowned Latin dance specialist, passionate community advocate, and one of the voices behind Queer Lynn Scene (QLS). Over the past two weeks, she and her team have been releasing an audio-documentary series called “Out and Proud,” centering coming out stories of ten LGBTQ+ individuals who live or work in the
June 25, 2020