ST. LOUIS, Mo.  — Two St. Louis LGBT organizations have teamed up with Our Tomorrow—a grassroots and digital campaign to engage LGBTQ people across the country in a conversation about their hopes, fears and ideas for the future of the movement.
 
SAGE Metro St. Louis and St. Louis Black Pride, who are partnering with the campaign, call it "an historic moment for ourBlackPridestl movement."

“We’ve made a lot of progress on important issues like marriage equality, but we still have a long way to go,” said Sherrill Wayland with SAGE. Randy 
 
"Our Tomorrow is an opportunity for each of us to make our voices heard in a national conversation about the future of the LGBTQ movement,” added Randy Rafter with St. Louis Black Pride.
 
The Our Tomorrow campaign invites anyone interested in participating to visit www.shareourtomorrow.org and share their hopes, fears and ideas. Posts will be featured on the Our Tomorrow website, where anyone interested in the future of the movement can learn about issues on the minds of LGBTQ people across the country.
 
“Our Tomorrow represents the first time a major social movement has initiated a national public dialogue to generate inspiration,Sagemetrostl information and ideas for its future,” said Our Tomorrow campaign manager Lee Swislow. “This conversation will help create a shared, movement-wide vision for a bigger, bolder, more inclusive movement that speaks to the hopes and needs of the full diversity of the LGBTQ community.”
 
Insights and ideas from Our Tomorrow will also be shared with more than 70 nonprofit organizations and foundations that have sponsored the campaign. To see a full list of Our Tomorrow partners, visitwww.shareourtomorrow.org/partners.
 
SAGE and St. Louis Black Pride have pledged to play an active role by hosting a Town Hall and Potluck. During the Town Hall participants will learn about Our Tomorrow and share their voices by completing the Our Tomorrow Survey. Be a part of Our Tomorrow by joining us May 16th, 2015 from 11:00-2:00 p.m. at 4168 Juniata St, St. Louis, MO 63116. RSVP via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 314-772-5887.
  
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