BreakOUT!

2011
2011

BreakOUT! Youth Space Opens!

BreakOUT! opens its youth space and hosts an official Coming Out Party on May 17th, the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. BreakOUT! is comprised of 6 Founding Members: Milan Nicole Sherry, Jonathan Willis, Lhundyn Palmer, Kenisha Harris, Amhari Alexander, De-De Jackson
2011

Press Conference

BreakOUT! speaks at a press conference with the Center for Constitutional Rights and Women With a Vision about discriminatory and overly-punitive Crimes Against Nature laws.
2011

1st Know Your Rights Training

A group of young people, mostly Black transgender young women, come together for the first Know Your Rights Training with the Independent Police Monitor at Women With a Vision.
2010
2010

Meeting with Department of Justice

In late 2010, people from Women With a Vision, Brotherhood Inc., the Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana’s LGBTQ Youth Project, and an unorganized group of LGBTQ young people come together with other community partners to meet with the Department of Justice, who is investigating the New Orleans Police Department. After discussing issues related to the […]

BreakOUT!

2011
May 17

BreakOUT! Youth Space Opens!

BreakOUT! opens its youth space and hosts an official Coming Out Party on May 17th, the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. BreakOUT! is comprised of 6 Founding Members: Milan Nicole Sherry, Jonathan Willis, Lhundyn Palmer, Kenisha Harris, Amhari Alexander, De-De Jackson
February 19

Press Conference

BreakOUT! speaks at a press conference with the Center for Constitutional Rights and Women With a Vision about discriminatory and overly-punitive Crimes Against Nature laws.
January 19

1st Know Your Rights Training

A group of young people, mostly Black transgender young women, come together for the first Know Your Rights Training with the Independent Police Monitor at Women With a Vision.
2010
November 19

Meeting with Department of Justice

In late 2010, people from Women With a Vision, Brotherhood Inc., the Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana’s LGBTQ Youth Project, and an unorganized group of LGBTQ young people come together with other community partners to meet with the Department of Justice, who is investigating the New Orleans Police Department. After discussing issues related to the […]
In late 2010, people from Women With a Vision, Brotherhood Inc., the Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana’s LGBTQ Youth Project, and an unorganized group of LGBTQ young people come together with other community partners to meet with the Department of Justice, who is investigating the New Orleans Police Department.

After discussing issues related to the NOPD, Crimes Against Nature laws, and Orleans Parish Prison, the conversation turns to community solutions for problems we are facing in New Orleans.