EDUCATE series: Trans and non-binary gender identities

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Join Capital Pride and CATA for a free online education session on Trans and non-binary gender identities

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Join Capital Pride and the Coalition Against Trans Antagonism (CATA) on the International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) May 17th, 2021 for an informational EDUCATE series IDAHOT edition session on “ Trans and non-binary gender identities”. This workshop will provide you with the tools necessary to be a better ally and support to many trans and non-binary folks within our community.

This session is open to anyone who is looking to create a deeper understanding of how they can support co-workers, family members and neighbours as we create a more empathetic and connected world.

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Tami Starlight, she/her/they/them, is a 2 Spirit Nehiyaw/Cree, queer, low income, disabled trans woman from Treaty 1 territory. born and raised on Treaty 6 territory in so-called Edmonton, much of her adult life resides on unceded Musqueam, Squamish, & Tsleil-Waututh territory in so-called Vancouver. Tami has been an anti-oppression advocate for over 20 years and has an extensive history developing and supporting community projects and initiatives, from local to national-level grassroots and non-profit organizing. she has focused on issues such as decriminalization of all drugs & sex work (ending the drug war), queer and trans antagonism, HIV/AIDS, equity, sustainability, intersectionality, homelessness, poverty, and decolonization.

vee bui, they/them, is a young first-generation vietnamese nonbinary queer upper working-class person. they were born on the unceded Lekwungen & WSANEC territory in what is known as Victoria, BC and currently resides on unceded Musqueam, Squamish, & Tsleil-Waututh territory in so-called Vancouver, BC. they have been intentionally educating themselves and others about anti-oppression for over eight years, facilitating over 100 workshops across so-called Canada. more recently, much of their energy has been dedicated to strengthening the implementation of feminism within community spaces and community organizing.

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