Still Here, Still Queer: MIT Pride Tea Dance

Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 3:00pm to 6:00pm

E38 7th Floor

Celebrate Pride at MIT with the LBGTQ+ Employee Resource Group!

Join MIT (and Lincoln Labs) staff, faculty, and community members for a dance party for the MIT Queer Community. There will be music, food, dancing, raffles, give-aways, and more!


Can't make it, but still want to support LBGTQ+ folks in Massachusetts? 

Enter to win a prize basket of items sourced from local and queer owned businesses worth $300. All proceeds from the raffle will benefit Black and Pink Massachusetts, a local chapter of the larger Black and Pink organization that played a pivotal role in passing the Massachusetts' Criminal Justice Reform Act (2018), including provisions for housing transgender prisoners in a facility that conforms with their gender identity, using preferred pronouns, excluding LGBTQ prisoners from solitary confinement and establishing a Special Commission on the Health and Safety of LGBTQIA Prisoners.

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Special thanks to our partners and sponsors, without whom we wouldn't be able to celebrate this month:

Millennials ERG

Latino ERG

Disabilities ERG

Program in Women's & Gender Studies

Institute Community & Equity Office


"What's a Tea Dance?"

The Very Gay and Interesting History of the Almost Lost Tradition of the Sunday Tea Dance

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Meetings/Gatherings, Workshops/Fairs, Community Event

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Religious/Spiritual, Health/Wellness, Diversity/Inclusion, Arts/Music/Film, General

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MIT Community, Students, Alumni, Faculty, Staff

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