Please do not share information about upcoming OLOC Zoom events on social media. This includes mixed group email forums or listserv groups to which you belong. Thanks for helping to maintain our Zoom events as safer Lesbian-only space.
If you have questions about your list, please contact info@oloc.org
OR zoom@OLOC-Chapters.groups.io.

Zoom Schedule

Registration is required for all events. Registration links for OLOC Zooms are typically available three weeks before the event. Watch for the Zoom advertising emails! Closed captioning is available in the large groups only. ASL may be provided. Details are subject to change.

NOTE: ALL dates and start times are tentative and listed in ET; please use this Time Zone Converter for your area.

Programs and Presentations
These programs are open to all Lesbians except where noted.

End White Dominance —Topic: Anti-Semitism
Stop AntisemitismFriday, January 28, 2022, 4:00-6:00 P.M. ET; open to all National OLOC supporters
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How anti-Semitism and racism are connected historically and currently. The roots of Anti-Semitism and racism in the rise of European nationalism and the colonialism which the Northern Europeans brought to America. The current political battle over the definition and nature of Anti-semitism today. Timeline of Anti-Semitism in the United States.

Film: The Edge of Each Other’s Battles: The Vision of Audre Lorde
Film: The Edge of Each Other’s Battles: The Vision of Audre LordeSaturday, February 19, 7:00–9:00 P.M. ET
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In honor of Audre’s birthday on February 18. The film is 59 minutes long and was produced by Jennifer Abod, 1946, who will facilitate a discussion after the viewing.

Women of the Harlem Renaissance: A Multimedia Presentation
Thursday, February 24, 4:00–6:00 P.M. ET
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Women of the Harlem Renaissance: Multimedia Presentation by Joejet HarperAfter World War I, Black people flocked to New York City from the American South and the Caribbean Islands. Many settled in Harlem, and from 1918 to the mid-1930s, they created a cultural, artistic, and intellectual revolution that influenced other artists around the world. At the time, it was called The New Negro Movement, and many brilliant women were a part of it. Who were they, and what did they do? In this presentation, we’ll talk about the experiences and unique talents of a number of these women—many of them Lesbian or bisexual, all of them groundbreaking. Join us for a glimpse into this historic, dynamic era and into the lives of the amazing Black women who shaped it.
Presented by Jorjet Harper, 1947.

End White Dominance —Topic: Racism and Asian-Pacific Islanders
Friday, February 25, 4:00-6:00 P.M. ET; open to all National OLOC supporters.
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More information coming soon!

End White Dominance —Topic: Women of Color in the Suffrage Movement
Friday, March 25, 4:00-6:00 P.M. ET; open to all National OLOC supporters.
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Watch this space and your inbox for more information!

 

Watch for More Presentations Coming in 2022!

How to Romance an Old Lesbian
Writing Memoir
Lesbian Movies
Caregiving for Alzheimer’s or Dementia
Lesbians with Disabilities
More Discussion on Ageism
and so much more….

Open Houses
Open to Old Lesbians only (participants can come and go at any time).
Open houses are 90 minutes.

My Favorite Lesbian Book Is…
Monday, February 7, 4:00-5:30 P.M. ET
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Lesbian BooksA February book discussion for avid Lesbian readers and even those not so avid!  Name your book, with author and relevant info, in the chat; tell us why in person. Join us for this lively Open House.  It’s the month of romance–or not–so let’s talk about books.
Facilitated by Christine Pattee, 1941, and Sue Reamer, 1942.

Watch for More Open Houses Coming in 2022!

Support and Discussion Groups
These groups are for members of National OLOC.

NEW – Lesbians of Color Discussion Group!
Has just started! Future dates to be determined. If you are an Old Lesbian of Color and would like to participate in the discussions, please contact María Cora at maria@oloc.org.

ASL Chat
Meets the 1st and 3rd Sunday at 7:00 ET.
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Send your email address to lrwinterberger@gmail.com or call 919-754-7006 to get the invitation to join.

Caregivers Support Group
This group is open to OLOC members who are currently caregiving.
Caregivers Support GroupMeets on the 1st and 3rd Monday of each month at 1:00 P.M. ET.

Co-Facilitators: Barb Ester, 1947, and Ruth Debra, 1944.
This Zoom group offers opportunities to share experiences and ideas, difficulties and joys, so we can be the best at what we are doing. We understand that due to the nature of caregiving, there may be times you cannot make it or have to leave early. Enrollment is limited so please register.
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Old Lesbians with Disabilities Peer Support Group
This group is taking a break and will re-start soon. If you are interested in joining, please contact Mev Miller at mev@oloc.org.

Just as in OLOC face-to-face meetings and Gatherings, OLOC requests participants in our ZOOM and online events to use language respectful and considerate of others in all conversations.

If you have any questions, please contact oloccczoom@gmail.com (National Zoom events only) or Susan@oloc.org (End White Dominance programs only).

If you missed a past Zoom or would like to see one again visit Past Zooms 2022, Past Zooms 2021 or Past Zooms 2020.