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Our Story

Why we do the damn thing!

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Emo Night started with Luna (they/them), a nonbinary Latine lesbian who grew up in the emo scene and recognized how heavily white-, cis- and straight-dominated it was. They saw a desire for spaces created by BIPOC folks for BIPOC emo, goth and alternative folks to feel like they can be their most authentic selves and be in community with one another. Thus, the first BIPOC emo night in Brooklyn, NY was hosted on December of 2021! Since then, it has now expanded its locations to other cities across the U.S. 


There is absolutely no tolerance for any racism, transphobia, homophobia, transmisogynoir, sexism, ableism, body shaming, or other forms of bigotry, prejudice, or harassment allowed at our events. If you are found in violation of this policy, you will be removed from the space and banned from all events.

Meet The Collective

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