UBE In The Loop:December 3-9



Peace Beautiful People,

We hope everyone had an awesome World AIDS Day, KiKi & Lipstick weekend. Special thanks to EVERYONE that came out for our amazing host of event’s kicking off the month of December. Shout out to those how have contributed and continue to make UBE the force it is within the LGBT community. THANK YOU ALL!!! WE HAD A BLAST and it continues bigger than ever!!!


Hosted at the amazing UBE Community Center take a look at what we have in store THIS WEEK @ United Black Ellument!! 🙂

Located at:

3918 Harry Hines Blvd.



Monday, December. 4

UBE Community Drop-In CLOSED !!!

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Monday, December. 4

#GenderBrave 6-9 P.M. (Located at Resource Center)
5750 Cedar Springs Rd.

GenderBrave Promo


December. 5th – 7th

UBE Community Drop-In Open 3-9PM

Volunteer Opportunities Available!!!

“Join Us While We Make Our New Space Feel Like Home.”

Currently we are in the process of completing many excited task to make our new home located at 3918 Harry Hines look and feel amazing as any space we have united within before. Some objectives are as follow:



*Sorting & Organizing


Just to name a few. Feel free to stop by to just say hi or lend a help in hand. #UBETheChangeYouWishToSee 🙂



Friday, December. 8

UBE Vogue Academy  7-10 P.M.
L ocation (TBA) Vogue Academy 2K16


Sunday, December. 17

UBE Christmas Skate Party

7-11 P.M. 




UBE also offers FREE CONFIDENTIAL HIV and Syphilis Testing

Ask how you can get tested TODAY. #KnowYourStatus

Empowered by Resource Center Nelson Tebedo Clinic 


We hope everyone has a great day & week!



If you are interested in volunteer or outreach opportunities, please let us know or CLICK HERE!

If you need to update your HIV status, allow us to link you to free and confidential HIV testing. It is important to update your HIV status every 3 – 6 months, and encourage your friends to do the same. By getting on and adhering to medical treatment, HIV+ individuals can achieve viral suppression ( a very low level of HIV in the blood, also referred to as undetectable). When virally suppressed, HIV+ individuals stay healthy and significantly lower the chances of transmitting the virus to sex partner(s). For more information on testing and HIV treatment call 214-760-9718.

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