What is D.A.T.T.?
Established as Diverse Society Cultural Empowerment Reform on July 2, 2014, Diversity At The Table erupted after a year of stimulating conversations, that discuss the intersections of gender, race, class, and sexuality and how it relates to social justice issues, especially in regards, but not limited to, Black Queer Women. Coming up on its second year as a life changing community organization, DATT plans to reach the larger Louisville community through conversations, workshops, and interactive activities around diversity and equality.
What is #TalaMondays?
“Tala” is the nickname of D.A.T.T.’s founder, Talesha Wilson. Every Monday, this community organization opens its doors and invites people of all social constructions to the table to debate about and listen to different perspectives on controversial issues such as gender roles, gender id, women in the media, cinderella, sex positivity, slut bashing, rape culture, sexual orientation, religion, #BlackLivesMatter, and ect. DATT offers a space filled with love, positivity, “dope” vibes, and most importantly, validation that allows people to be unapologetically who they are. The meetings currently take place at 7pm at 810 Barret Ave. in Louisville, KY but is subject to change. Below is this week’s flyer: