Apéro-Plage with MUST
Suggested by: MUST
Subject: After the effort the comfort! The association MUST (Marseille United Sport pour Tous) organizes an event open to all, to meet, exchange and share his passion for sports in a familiar and relaxed atmosphere. On the program: beach volleyball, petanque on the sand, and of course to cool off around a drink or in the water! Bring something to share!
The invisibility of lesbian women in the governance of companies and associations
Suggested by: Other Circle
Broadcasting: on the Facebook pages of the Other Circle Provence-Mediterranean and Pride Marseille
Subject: The Other Circle Provence Mediterraneanon an initiative of theOther Circle Ile de Franceproposes an evening around the invisibility of lesbian women in the economic and associative fields. Based on the testimonies of three lesbian women, theOther Circle will initiate a discussion with actors from the professional and associative world to find solutions to promote equality and diversity in economic and associative decision-making bodies.
Miss Creamy over the Rainbow
Suggested by: Annex Bar, in collaboration with ENIPSE Prévention-Santé
Subject: The evening starts on the terrace with Rainbow colors. Around an aperitif-tapas, we find the friends of the LGBTI+ diversity. When the night falls, the artist-transformer MISS CREAMY moves the turntables to the sounds of the great classics of pop-disco-kitch music. Information-prevention stand of the ENIPSE association.
The First Walk
Suggested by: Pride Marseille
Ticketing : Full price 9,50€ / Reduced price : 7,50€ / Under 20 years old : 6,50
Subject: Screening of the documentary film The first march. Evening presented by the journalist, author and film historian Didier Roth-Bettoni.
Synopsis: The First Walk (Documentary film by Akim Atoui and Baptiste Etchegaray - 2020 - 1h04). On June 9, 2019, four students lead the first Pride March in the suburbs. 50 years later StonewallThey are imposing the LGBTI+ fight where no one had ever imagined it. A hectic immersion among the Pride organizers, suburban and proud. The issues of intersectionality and inclusiveness of the struggles are clearly posed. The young activists are brimming with an infectious energy, full of humor and commitment, which inspires a desire for unity in the face of oppression.