Special invitation to celebrate unique intersecting identities.
Returning to our Roots:
LGBT2SQ Black Youth Celebration
FREE workshop, celebration and coffee house -- for Black LGBT2SQ youth involved in any Children's Aid agency
Please share this opportunity for LGBT2SQ Black youth to come and celebrate intersecting Queer/Trans Blackness with us on
Saturday April 28th -- 11am-2pm
CAS-Toronto, 30 Isabella St., 7th floor, Toronto, ON M4Y 1N1
Celebrate being YOU!
•A chance to meet other LGBT2SQ Black youth and kids involved with Children's Aid
•A time to talk, get artsy and CELEBRATE what it means to be Black and LGBT2SQ
•Arts activities, fabulous chances for gender expression that steps outside the gender boxes
•Coffee House open mic celebration -- a chance to PERFORM if you WANT to, but you don't have to. If you have a song, spoken word, dub poem, reading, music, skit or anything about your identity that you MIGHT want to perform, bring it along!
•FREE LUNCH and TTC fare included
WHO is it for? -- Open to kids and youth up to age 21 who are or have been involved with any Children's Aid agency (in care or with family or kin). "Black" includes bi-racial or multi-racial if you include Black as part of your identity. LGBT2SQ includes queer, 2-Spirit, pansexual, trans, non-binary, genderqueer, gender fluid, agender, asexual, intersex, gay, bi, lesbian, gender independent, gender creative and other gender or sexual identities. Or you might be questioning your identity. Or maybe you experience or express your gender in ways that others just don't understand.
Facilitated by Buttercup Ferguson and Niko Young
Presented by the Children's Aid Society of Toronto through the Black Education Awareness Committee and the Out and Proud Program
For more info, contact:
Lorraine Gale, Out & Proud firstname.lastname@example.org 416-924-4640 x2987
Tina Garnett, BEAC, email@example.com 416-924-4640 x2993