INDIANAPOLIS — The Great Lakes Leather Alliance (GLLA) announces that the GLLA 2016 Weekend will host the Leather Archives & Museum (LA&M) Fireside Chat Series. This year—GLLA Weekend’s 15th Year—LA&M’s Fireside Chat host Douglas O’Keeffe will interview GLLA’s Co-Founder and Executive Director Ms Kendra about her life and Leather journey and GLLA’s history.
Originally from Murfreesboro, TN, long-time Indianapolis, IN resident Ms Kendra grew up as a minister’s daughter; she became a member of the Leather community in 1982, and she has spent her entire adult life as an activist. In addition to her work with GLLA, Ms Kendra is Ms Leather Pride Indiana 1996, and she competed at IMsL 1997; she has presented on various topics that range from topics related to Master/slave relationships to community building, titleholding, retaining good titleholders, and various workshops on S/M techniques; and she has produced and assisted with several Great Lakes regional and local Leather contests. Currently, Ms Kendra also serves on the Butchman Board of Directors.
The LA&M Fireside Chat Series is an interview series that is filmed live before an audience. The Fireside Chats are hosted by Douglas O’Keeffe and co-produced by O’Keeffe and Mistress Joanne Gaddy, and they are currently filmed by Christina Court for long-term preservation at LA&M.
The LA&M Fireside Chat with Ms Kendra will occur during GLLA 2016 Weekend on Thursday, October 13, 2016 from 8:30pm to 10:00pm.
To view other online-accessible LA&M Fireside Chats, please visit this link: https://www.youtube.com/user/Leatherarchives/search?query=fireside+chat.
To read Ms Kendra’s SPLF 2016 Keynote Speech, “Inclusive and Exclusive,” please visit this page: http://www.leatherati.com/2016/04/splf2016-mskendra/
GLLA 2016 Weekend is October 13-16, 2016 in Indianapolis, IN USA.
For more information and to register for GLLA 2016 Weekend, please visit the GLLA website: http://greatlakesleather.org/.
Via press release