Thu, Feb 24

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JCC Harlem OR Online Livestream

TRANSparency: A Trans and Gender-Variant Discussion

With a focus on coming out, acceptance, and navigating a world that was intentionally designed to oppress specific people, this program is an opportunity for folks of all gender and sexual identities to feel welcomed.

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TRANSparency: A Trans and Gender-Variant Discussion

Time & Location

Feb 24, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

JCC Harlem OR Online Livestream, 318 W 118th St, New York, NY 10026, USA

About the event

Join us for an evening of learning as we present TRANSparency: A Trans and Gender-Variant Discussion. With a focus on coming out, acceptance, and navigating a world that was intentionally designed to oppress specific people, this program is an opportunity for folks of all gender and sexual identities to feel welcomed. All are invited to learn and expand their knowledge and empathy regarding Trans + Gender Non Conforming (TGNC) lives and perspectives. There will be plenty of opportunities to engage with the panelists, so please come with questions!   

Panelists will include: B. Hawk Snipes, an activist, actor, and social media icon who has appeared on Pose Puppies Puppies (Jade Guanaro Kuriki-Olivo), a multimedia artist and activist Jules Duze, a Jewish, Chinese trans-racial adoptee and Jews of Color Initiative Fellow Dubbs Weinblatt, the founder and CEO of Thank You For Coming OutThis program was produced by Jules Duze, a Fellow at the Jews of Color Initiative currently placed at JCC Harlem. Thu, Feb 24, 6–8 pm, $18 Link to watch the livestream of the program will be sent following registration.It is of deep importance to us that our programs be financially accessible for all. Please email info@jccharlem.org to request a complimentary ticket if cost is a barrier, especially if you are a QTBIPOC community member. Cosponsored by The Joseph Stern Center for Social Responsibility, Keshet, The Lambert Center for Arts + Ideas, Out at the J, Repair the World, SAJ—Judaism That Stands for All, and Thank You for Coming Out.

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