National Coming Out Day

Tuesday, October 11, 2022 - 6:00pm to 7:00pm10/11/2022 6:00pm 10/11/2022 7:00pm National Coming Out Day

Please join the Institute of Politics, the Shorenstein Center, and centers across the Harvard community for a Forum commemorating National Coming Out Day and discussing the progress and challenges facing LGBTQ+ Americans.

Panelists include:

  • Keith Boykin, Author and Political Commentator
  • Ian Daniel HKS ‘23, Documentary Film Maker
  • Sally Kohn, Media Personality
  • Zander Moricz ‘26, Litigant in the “Don’t Say Gay” Lawsuit in Florida
  • Holly Ryan, Newton, MA City Councilor and Co-Chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s LGBTQ+ Caucus
  • David Grasso (Moderator) HKS ‘09, CEO of Bold TV

Please click here to RSVP for an in-person seat.

America/New_York public

Please join the Institute of Politics, the Shorenstein Center, and centers across the Harvard community for a Forum commemorating National Coming Out Day and discussing the progress and challenges facing LGBTQ+ Americans.

Panelists include:

  • Keith Boykin, Author and Political Commentator
  • Ian Daniel HKS ‘23, Documentary Film Maker
  • Sally Kohn, Media Personality
  • Zander Moricz ‘26, Litigant in the “Don’t Say Gay” Lawsuit in Florida
  • Holly Ryan, Newton, MA City Councilor and Co-Chair of the Massachusetts Democratic Party’s LGBTQ+ Caucus
  • David Grasso (Moderator) HKS ‘09, CEO of Bold TV

Please click here to RSVP for an in-person seat.

Please register by Tuesday, October 11, if you would like the possibility of attending this event in person. Registrants will be notified by 5:00 PM ET that day if a seat is available for them in the venue.

If a seat is unavailable or you will not be attending in person, registrants can stream the event live via our YouTubeTwitter, or Facebook pages. You do not need to register for virtual attendance.

The Institute of Politics follows all HKS health and safety protocols, including COVID vaccination, testing, and quarantine guidelines. Masks are no longer required at HKS events, but anyone who wishes to wear a mask should feel free to do so. RSVPs are required for in-person attendance.

The IOP encourages persons with disabilities to participate in our programs. If you have questions about accommodations or the physical access provided, please contact 617.495.1360 or harvardiop@gmail.com in advance of the event.

HKS Alumni Relations, HKS Alumni Pride Caucus, Harvard Gender and Sexuality Caucus, Harvard College Office of BGLTQ Student Life, Center for Public Leadership, HKS Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging, HKS Women's Network, HKS New England Alumni Association, Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, Harvard Alumni Association, HKS Anti-Racist Policy Journal
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Human Rights