Queer collectives of DU are trying their best to keep up with the celebrations of pride month virtually. Thus, LGBTQ members from all the Delhi University affiliated colleges like Miranda House, Hindu College, and others have come up with different innovative ideas. From Instagram live sessions to QnAs, the virtual sessions are a total hit.
The month of June is celebrated as Pride month worldwide. The theme of 2021, “Fight Continues” can be interpreted in many ways. Hence, it can be considered as a motivation to fight against covid and also as a driving force for the queers to fight for themselves. It is a fight for LGBTQ rights and against all regressive laws against them. Thus, it is highly motivating and fills zest and excitement amongst the queer collectives of DU.
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Queer collectives of DU are successfully celebrating Pride Month despite covid-19:
The LGBTQ Community of Hindu College has arranged a series of Instagram lives on various topics that need attention. Starting this weekend, filmmakers like Faraz Arif Ansari, Onir, and Stidhar Rangayan will be brought onboard. Thus, they will be talking about the queer problem and its solutions. Also, the author of Queeristan, Parmesh Shahani will read a few lines from his book and reflect on his in-depth work on the community.
Queer collectives of DU- Pride collaboration of Gargi College and Miranda House:
The QC of Miranda House and Gargi has agreed to a virtual collaboration for Pride Month. Also, Devi: Goddess by Karishma Dube will be screened by Miranda house on June 12. Thus, the QC President, Rio says that attending an online celebration from home is a privilege right now. Students are looking forward to showcasing their work and thoughts as well as interacting with like-minded people.
The Queer Collectives of DU will also contribute to a newsletter- Fakhr. Thus, they will be sharing their achievements, opinions, and experiences. This newsletter will come out in the 2nd week of July.