Second Sunday in March: If you couldn't make it (or want to see it again) here's the video of the program which featured Ashton Stewart, Dan Bishop-Basler and Rita Gram talking about the SAGEVets program, and Danny Sharon playing his mountain dulcimer and discussing his journey as the parent of a trans son. Join us next month on April 11, 4 pm on Zoom.
Black History is American History
Black History is LGBT History
This slideshow features Black LGBT Americans who have made history or are making history.
February 1: Seimone Augustus
"It's incredible to think that there are children right now, at this very moment, that will grow up only knowing 'marriage' and not 'gay marriage.' Love is love, and there's not any one face you can assign to it."
Simeone has played for the WNBA since 2006. She was born in Baton Rouge to Seymore and Kim Augustus, both of whom were influential in Seimone’s young basketball career. Her mom is one of two people to have ever beaten her at HORSE. She married LaTaya Varner on May 9, 2015. The Seimone Augustus Foundation works to provide opportunity and raise awareness around health and wellness, with a special focus on issues surrounding hunger and heart health.
Second Sunday in February: Syracuse Center for Peace and Social Justice
Second Sunday in January with author, educator, and activist, Minnie Bruce Pratt and Earl Taylor from the Syracuse Gay and Lesbian Chorus, plus concert footage.
COVID-19 Vaccine Discussion with Terrence Howell, Director of Quality for Research at Upstate Medical University.
December Second Sunday: A Holiday Celebration
If you missed our "Classical, Comical, and Traditional Holiday Celebration," the Second Sunday event in December -- you can still see it here. The event featured music Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons," and other holiday favorites, including a new one by Joe Downing. Writer's group members Tim Lattimore, Cindy Perrine, and Anthony Ragonese shared readings too, and we all got together after the progam for "Table Hopping." The next Second Sunday With SAGE will be held on January 10, and will feature Minnie Bruce Pratt speaking about writing.
November Second Sunday With SAGE: 8th Annual Community Celebration.
The event featured host Sarah Whitton, Invocation by Rev. Eric Jackson, Musical Guest Colleen Kattau and the big raffle drawing.
The October Second Sunday @ SAGE is now available to view. The event featured host Joe Downing, Musical Guest Nick Orth who sang "The Man Who's Not In My Family Tree" and "Waltzing With Bears", Chris and Tim from the Writers Group and Olive Crawford who sang "America The Beautiful"
The "Deepening Our Humanity: Creating An Essential Foundation for Antiracist Work" program offered by Susan White and Roslyn Rasberry is now avaible in video. So, if you missed it on zoom, here it is. After watching, please send your feedback to SAGE Upstate here -- about what our next steps should be in our antiracist work as individuals and as an organization.
After you watch the video (or if you were there for the Zoom meeting), please complete an evaluation here.
Your feedback will help us move forward with antiracist work.
The September Second Sunday @ SAGE is now available to view. The video starts with our muscial guest, Jon English. We're still learning! What is missing from the video is the welcome from the hostess with the mostess Barb Genton. You'll still see Barb, hear Jon sing two beautiful songs, hear and see Amy Bartell's talk on her collaborative art project, and view other fun surprises. The entire show is just under a half an hour. Enjoy!
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