Bangalore is celebrating the first anniversary of the historic Naz Foundation decision that decriminalised homosexuality in India with 2 public events that will be organised on July 1st (Thursday) and July 2nd (Friday), 2010.
The first of these events is “Freedom Song”, an evening of (singing) performances featuring Philadelphia based singer Fatimah Loren, along with Bangalore based singers Sumathy Murthy and Akkai, and the Lesbit troupe.
This event is being co-organised by Good As You, We’re Here and Queer (WHAQ), Swabhava and Lesbit.
Date: July 1st, (Thursday)
Time: 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm.
Venue: Mother Tekla Auditorium , No.10, Casa Brigitta, Old Passport Office Road, Brunton Road, Bangalore – 560025
On July 2nd, 2010, the Campaign for Sexual Minorities Rights (CSMR) is celebrating the “Festival of Freedom”, an event that we are celebrating to mark the First Anniversary of the historic Naz Foundation judgement, which decriminalised homosexuality in India.
Date: Friday, July 2nd
Time: 4pm – 7pm.
Venue: Senate Hall (Central College Campus, near Mysore Bank Circle)
Please come in solidarity.