Saturday, 14. July 2018, Century Ballroom, Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Moving from Shame to Pride

Please join Eating Recovery Center and The Lambert House, a non-profit dedicated to mentoring and providing a safe space for LGBTQ youth, for a fantastic brunch in which we will celebrate the importance of finding your identity and letting go of shame in recovery. After Eric Dorsa, awared winning drag queen and eating disorder advocate shares his story of recovery, you're in for a powerful musical performance from local Seattle artist, CarLarans. CarLarans is an Electro/Soul and Hip-Hop artist, singer, rapper, and activist from the midwest now based in Seattle. You can find him on stages throughout Seattle, creating spaces and opportunities for fellow QTPoC (*****, Trans, People of Color) artists, doing community work, turning looks, and writing hooks at his home studio! His latest album Black-N-Gold was slated Top 25 Seattle Hip-Hop Releases of 2017 in a poll by Crane City Music, and is available on iTunes and Spotify! The morning will close with a panel discussion and a chance to ask Eric Dorsa, CarLarans, and Nica Stepien, LMHC, NCC (ERC Alumni Family Liaison) questions about identity, shame, pride, recovery, and event is FREE, but please be sure to RSVP to Nica by emailing her at in order to guarantee a spot!

Somewhere Over the Rainbow: Moving from Shame to Pride

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