Illuminations and live perform­ance, Houston, Texas

Houston City Hall 2016

Houston illumination of City Hall, 2016 preview. Photo: The Houston Intersex Society

The City of Houston, Texas, will mark Intersex Awareness Day and Intersex Visibility Month by lighting the City Hall in purple and gold on 26 October.
Houston City Hall

Ranma and Mo at City Hall

Mo Cortez and Ranma Kumayama, the co-founders of the Houston Intersex Society, will talk about lived intersex experience and how allies can help create more awareness and visibility.

7:30 – 7:45 pm: Meet & Greet on the Reflection Pool side of the City Hall
7:45 – 8:00 pm: Intersex Awareness walk around Houston City Hall
8:00 – 8:30 pm: Intersex speakers share their stories and community call to action.

Illuminations event on Facebook

The following night, I’s not invisible is a public presentation at The Pilot on Navigation Theater: film, live performance and stories from intersex people at The Pilot on Navigation, 5102 Navigation Blvd, Houston, 77011. From 8 pm, pay what you can donation for admission. Supported by Gender Reel Houston and interACT.

The event on Facebook
The Houston Intersex Society

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I’s not invisible


I’s not invisible:

Houston City Hall illumination

Houston City Hall illumination preview, 2016

Houston City Hall illumination

Houston City Hall illumination preview 2016

See photos of the 2015 illumination of City Hall.