The PSAC Toronto Regional Women's Committee, PSAC GTA Young Workers Committee and PSAC Pride invite you to celebrate National Coming Out Day with T. Sharp Dopler on Wednesday, October 26, 2016 from 5:30pm at the PSAC Toronto Regional Office.
A bit about Sharp
T. Sharp Dopler is a two-spirit Indigenous educator and traditional knowledge keeper. Sharp have been educating people about diversity issues for over 20 years, including issues around Indigenous history and colonisation, ability, LGBTTIQ2A and women’s issues. Sharp has presented at local, provincial, national and international venues. Sharp has been out as a lesbian since 1982 and identifies as non-binary gender – in the Ojibwe language- agokwe-nini or ogichidaa kwe. Sharp has a diploma in Social Service work and worked with an Indigenous HIV/AIDS agency for 10 years. Sharp also has a Master’s degree in Canadian Studies. Sharp recently became a consultant, establishing a sole proprietorship company- Sharp Solutions. Sharp recently presented at the International HIV/AIDS conference in Durban South Africa from July 12-23, 2016.
Please RSVP so we can have enough snacks!
This special event is open to all PSAC equity seeking members and our allies :-)
We hope to see you there,
Lynda MacLellan- Chair PSAC Toronto Regional Women's Committee
Janel Coe- Chair, PSAC GTA Young Workers Committee
Steve Khan- Chair, PSAC Pride