After the recent murders of 15 people at La Madame in Xalapa, Mexico, 49 more Latinx queer and trans people at Pulse Night Club, and 8 protesters in Oaxaca, and just after the one year anniversary of the mass shooting of 9 Black people in the Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC as well as… Continue reading » Nolose Board statement of solidarity with victims of violence
After the mass shooting of mostly Latinx queer and trans people at the Pulse night club in Orlando, the Nolose board asked Latinx, Black, Indigenous, and people of color members of our community if they would like to write anything to be posted to the Nolose website. Here are pieces that our community members asked… Continue reading » After Pulse
Nolose is THRILLED to announce that Lissette Cheng has been voted in as the newest member of the Board of Directors. Lissette, who’s located in New York City, is a long-time member of the Nolose community and brings skills and experience in administrative and financial management, marketing, publishing, customer service and logistics, as well as… Continue reading » Welcome Lissette!
Fabulous Nolosers, long-time and first-time, We are thrilled to welcome all of you, and we are very proud to welcome attendees of the first Black and Indigenous and People Of Color Day! Our conference theme this year is Wish and Ripen. It was chosen by the organizers of BIPOC Day, and was inspired by the… Continue reading » 10 Things You Need to Know Before the Nolose Conference
All Nolose conference attendees are expected to read and abide by the Nolose Community Agreements at all times during the conference. While personal safety is always first and foremost a personal responsibility, the Nolose community is committed to working to prioritize safety in Nolose conference spaces, particularly the safety of survivors attending the Nolose conference.… Continue reading » Survivor Safety at the Conference
Do you have fat, fabulous, queer goods for sale? That’s fantastic, because we we just happen to be expecting nearly 200 fabulous fatties in one space who would be delighted to check out your wares. Where? Why, Nolose 2015 in Oakland, CA on September 4-6, 2015, of course! While attendees can vend at any time… Continue reading » Vending at NOLOSE 2015
NOLOSE organizers have been hard at work pulling together a fantastic line-up of food, workshops, and entertainment for this year’s conference. With early bird registration closing TONIGHT (Monday, August 10), we wanted to make sure you had as much information as possible to help anyone on the fence in deciding to attend. So, here’s what… Continue reading » Workshops, Food, Entertainment and More at NOLOSE 2015!!
Hey fabulous fatties!! Nolose 2015 in Oakland, CA is LESS THAN A MONTH AWAY!! Early bird registration has been extended through the weekend, but will close this MONDAY, AUGUST 10. After that point, registration for Saturday and Sunday will rise from from $155 to 205. Registration for Friday’s BIPOC Day will remain free and open… Continue reading » Early Bird Registration Is Closing on MONDAY, AUGUST 10!
The Nolose fundraising committee is excited and delighted by the enthusiasm the community has shown in organizing a variety of FUNdraisers for our free, first-ever Black Indigenous and People of Color-only programming day on Friday September 4, 2015. Our community already had clothing sales, meals, art projects, and a mermaid birthday party, and more to… Continue reading » FUNdraising weekend kicked off our FUNdraising season!
ALL ABOARD THE NOLOSE TRACK-TRAIN! This year, programming will be organized around themed tracks, and we need conductors! Propose your conference track (or tell us about your half-formed track ideas so we can find you comrades to help lay down the rails)– BY MONDAY, MAY 25, AT MIDNIGHT Pacific Daylight Savings Time. At which point… Continue reading » ALL ABOARD: TRACKS!