Come to as much as you can! Next week April 5-9th. Organized by Trans&Allies at Seattle U. Also check out their film and book list: Trans & Allies Club Book List 09/10
|Community Conversations with the Outlaws
The OutLaws join us for a discussion on the intersectionality of Trans and Disability Law and Communities.
|Trans Safe Space Training
Join us for a presentation and workshop on creating safe space and doing advocacy
STCN Hearth (Meet)
|Ingersoll Field Trip
Outing to Ingersoll Gender Center a few blocks off campus
Discussing adding letters like “T” and “I” to an advocacy group’s list of focuses. Tokenization vs. real inclusion and commitment to people identified by these letters.
Join Trans and Allies and CAPS to explore the relationships with trans people, and fetishization
|Transgender Prayer Vigil|
|Transgender Bible Study
Trans people and issues found in the Bible
Please join us for the Spring Relationship Skills Class. This is a 6 week course exploring the skills we need to build the relationships we want. The Spring 2010 Relationship Skills Class is being facilitated, organized and attended by People of Color!
**Wednesday, May 5th – June 9th, 2010**
**Registration requested by April 28th, 2010**
*Interpreters are available, if you would need an interpreter we would be happy to provide one, please register by Wednesday, April 21st, 2010
*Building is accessible
*Childcare available upon request!!
Identifying cultural norms & personal values
Naming & setting boundaries
Strengthening support networks
This class is open to those who identify as… multi-racial, biracial, African-American, bicultural, a person of color, Asian, mixed, a child of mixed race parents, Black, 1/16th, 1st generation, adopted, non-white, Chicana/o, hapa, Two Spirit, Native, half-white, mestiza/o, 2nd generation, Pacific Islander, transnationally adopted, 1/3rd, 1/4th, 3rd generation, Latina/o, POC in relationship with a white person, don’t know your POC family or parents…
And also identify with/as… Bisexual people & their friends & loved ones, trans people & their friends & loved ones, other LGBTQ people and is open to all regardless of relationship status or history
Suggested donation: $90.00
No one will be turned away for lack of funds; scholarships & trades available.
For more information, accessibility questions or to register, contact deann at: 206.568.7777 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Our Fall 2010 Relationship Skills Class starts Tuesdays, October 5th – November 9th, 2010; this class will be open to People of Color and white folks
* if you would like a flyer please contact us, we would be happy to mail or email them to you!
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