What did queer and trans Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (QTBIPOC) representation look like in your childhood? How do you currently see QTBIPOC represented in media (television, films, music, and more)? What are your hopes and dreams for the future of QTBIPOC representation? Join our last discussion of the term with some talk about your faves and your most-hated examples.
2SLGBTQ+ Black students, Indigenous students, and Students of Colour are invited to build community, socialize, and engage in discussion during April’s edition of the Queer & Trans Students of Colour (QTSOC) Discussion program. On Friday, April 1, we will explore topics such as QTBIPOC representation (or erasure) in our childhoods, current representations of QTBIPOC in the media, and what we envision representation to look like in the future.
This discussion is organized as part of a monthly ongoing series to invite 2SLGBTQ+ students of colour and students questioning their gender and/ or sexual orientation together in a confidential space to share stories and ideas as we build community. Come and tell us what you think would help to create more positive spaces and more inclusive conversations!
If you have any accessibility needs that you require accommodations for to attend this event, please get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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