As a Black, queer person raised facing homophobia and racism in rural Oregon, Brandon Wolf found belonging in Orlando, Florida, with his chosen family. On June 16, 2016, Wolf and hundreds of others were forced to fight for their lives and a way out of Pulse nightclub during a horrifying mass shooting against LGBTQI+ Americans.
Seven years after the Pulse nightclub attack, activist and nightclub survivor Brandon J. Wolf releases his memoir about self-discovery, community, love, and resilience in the face of adversity.
Join Brandon J. Wolf, Chasten Buttigieg, and the Center for American Progress for an armchair conversation about LGBTQI+ rights, gun violence prevention, and finding purpose and power through tragedy.
Reception to follow for all in-person attendees.
Advance copies of A Place for Us: A Memoir will be available for purchase.
Learn more about Brandon’s book here.