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Vote the ENTIRE ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 6th! Election Day is tomorrow, Tuesday, November 6! Don’t forget to make a plan for when you’re going to the polls, how you’re going to get there, and what you’re going to vote … Continue reading
Transgender people face uncountable challenges, and we don’t want voting to be one for you. Whether you’re a first time voter or you have done this before, this guide is intended to empower you as a voter. Remember, voting is … Continue reading
The Jim Toy Community Center is participating in the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival as a community partner for Out Night with Barbara Hammer, taking place Wednesday, March 28th @ 9:15pm at the Michigan Theater. If you enter this code – … Continue reading
Statussexy is the movement to address HIV in our community. Young black men ages 13-24 have the highest rates of new HIV infections, and this is happening right in our own backyard. Statussexy is a way to fight back. We’re … Continue reading
The Jim Toy Community Center, in conjunction with HARC, brings to you an invitation to learn about HIV/AIDS, eat yummy food, and hang with great people. If you are between 12-19 this evening is for you. If you are over 19, … Continue reading
11/17/11 is a Prime Day to have a Jim Toy Community Open House at the Jim Toy Community Center! Come visit us between 6:30p to 9:00p! We will have smiling faces, joyful conversations, yummy things for your tummy, and an … Continue reading
Wild Wednesday is cancelled this coming Weds., Oct. 26. Thank you.
The Jim Toy Community Center, in cooperation with the \aut\ BAR and Trillium Real Estate, proudly invites all members of the community to OutFest 2011: A National Coming Out Day celebration on Saturday, September 17th from 6pm until midnight. Highlights—on a … Continue reading
Join us for an inspiring and empowering evening with Judy Shepard. Requested donation for the dinner is $85. A donation of $50 will sponsor a graduate student’s participation in the dinner. The donation to be named an Honorary Chair, which … Continue reading