This month, Derrick Elliott launches a new group for men across the multicultural spectrum. Men of All Colors Together-Houston will meet for the first time on Thursday, February 5, at 7 p.m. at the Houston GLBT Community Center.
“I see the group as being social,” Elliott says. “I want to have a bar night. I want to have two nights a month at the center. I would like for us to have a bowling night.”
Elliott adds that the focus of the group (more info: 281/373-5175 or 832/228-6234) “could change as the membership wishes.”
The local organization joins a network of affiliated groups in 30 U.S. cities, including Austin and Dallas. In addition to these groups, variously identified as Black and White Men Together, Men of All Colors Together, and People of All Colors Together, there is a Pittsburgh-based National Association of Black & White Men Together.