Wawa Professional Allyship: Supporting Transgender & Gender Diverse Youth

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Wawa Professional Allyship: Supporting Transgender & Gender Diverse Youth

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Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre 3 Chris Simon Drive Wawa, Ontario P0S 1K0 Canada

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Wawa Professional Allyship: Supporting and Affirming Transgender & Gender Diverse Youth

Kaeden Seburn and Behc Jax-Lynx are driving across rural Ontario this fall 2018 hosting afternoon workshops designed to train professionals who are working with and supporting children and youth. Kaeden and Behc are Ottawa based trans and non-binary identified public educators who study and facilitate workshops regarding transgender, non-binary and gender diverse history, educational, social and health best practices, as well as youth-led community development. Join THEM for the afternoon as THEY guide you forward in your professional equity goals.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Dedicated time for discussion, conversation and Q & A

  • Understanding gender identity and gender expression

  • Affirming care models (name, pronoun, gender marker, clothing, washroom, sports/rec)

  • Understanding social transitioning and gender fluidity within a positive framework

  • Awareness expanding beyond the medical framework of transgender identities and lives

  • Pathways to building inclusive community & social engagement

Date: Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Workshop Time: 1pm - 4pm

Location: Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre, 3 Chris Simon Drive, Wawa, ON

Cost: $50.00 (plus HST)

For further information, please contact Kaeden Seburn:


Email: kaeden.seburn@gmail.com

Phone: 613-400-7457

Our workshops, presentations and events take place on land that we reside on as visitors, guests and settlers. We thank you for allowing us to be guests on your land. We thank you.

Holding our trans and gender diverse communities in thought - we send love, care, honor and pay respect to those who came before us, to those who are not with us today and to those who will follow us into the future. It is our gender diverse beings who have set up the road map, guidance and grounding which enables us to be able to work and speak in public spaces. We thank you.