This declaration is a collective creation.
Written and curated by members of the LGBTQ community across ages, backgrounds, and across the United States, it reflects many different hopes and fears for the year 2024.
We will update this declaration with new futures every hour during the My2024 online collaboration event, October 7-8, 2014.
…enjoy health and wellbeing
In 2024, Reproductive Rights won’t be a white cis-women thing but led by & for all genders, sexual orientations & races #My2024 #TheUpCenter
— Jamie Hines (@CatSuperPowers) October 8, 2014
…live and travel where I want
…contribute to my community
“In 2024 I hope my community center is fully funded….or simply not needed anymore.” #My2024 #TheUPCenter
— The UP Center CU (@theUPcenterCU) October 7, 2014
…age with dignity
…change the narrative
In #My2024 all kids will feel the glow of their parents’ unconditional love. #lgbtq
— Julie Tarney (@MySonWearsHeels) October 9, 2014
Report from the future. #My2024 #LGBTQ #globalwarming pic.twitter.com/Z4niHdpHLF — Isn’t It Queer (@IsntItQueer) October 13, 2014
“I want summer camps to not be such a terrifying experience for LGBT, especially trans*, people.” -RA, 16 #my2024 #IYGmy2024 — Indiana Youth Group (@iyg_indy) October 8, 2014
#my2024 Unmarried lgbtq parents have rights to see their children even when the parents separate, even if there are more than 2 parents.
— Bruce Morrow (@bmorrow646) October 11, 2014
…the LGBTQ face of public institutions
On Oct. 16th 2024 I’ll be at the Grand Opening of a new LGBTQ Library & Community Center in Rochester! #my2024 pic.twitter.com/DQgEo3nUEa
— Tristan Sparrow (@anarchotris) October 14, 2014
…LGBTQ as change leadership
…the end of coming out
In #my2024 new HIV infections w/ gay men are about as common in 2024 as perinatal transmission of HIV was in 2012 #PrEP #Condoms,#education — HIV Working Group (@fighthivindc) October 13, 2014
In 2024 I want someone to come up with a cure for cruelty. Like a vaccine or therapy. Get the CDC & WHO to treat it like a crisis #my2024
— Hector M. Ramirez (@CROWRDREAM) October 8, 2014
…new ways to know ourselves
…an intersectional world
…Tell our stories
…Use the power channels
@TheTaskForce We need to be providing LGBT training 4 local police depts to get there by #my2024. @LizBradbury is doing that in Allentown!
— Adrian Shanker (@Adrianshanker) October 8, 2014
…Change our educational curricula
…Tap the power of art and music
…Protect our internet rights