Zami Womyn’s Circle

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Zami Womyn’s Circle (My Sister’s Keeper), a “social and support meeting for lesbians and bisexual women of color,” formed in 2002. Zami was a women’s program created by BlackOut Unlimited. Zami Womyn’s Circle sponsored monthly meetings, cultural events, and celebrations geared toward lesbians and bisexual women of color. Zami Womyn’s Circle meetings were held at BlackOut’s office (2800 Euclid Avenue) between 2002-2004. Following BlackOut’s 2004 restructuring, Zami Womyn’s Circle meetings moved to the LGBT Community Center‘s former 6600 Detroit Avenue location.

BlackOut Unlimited.

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  • “BlackOut Expands Brother Circle, Adds Women’s Group.” Gay People’s Chronicle. Pride Guide 2002. Page B-7.
  • Glassman, Anthony. “The Benefits of Membership.” Gay People’s Chronicle. May 13, 2005. Page 3.
  • Glassman, Anthony. “BlackOut’s Harvest Festival Yields New Women’s Program Director.” Gay People’s Chronicle. January 7, 2005. Page 1, 4.
  • Taylor, Traci. “BlackOut Unlimited Begins Womyn’s Circle.” Gay People’s Chronicle. January 10, 2003. Page 6.
  • “Zami.” BlackOut Unlimited.
2800 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, OH 44115 (BlackOut).

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