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In it Together: Centering Queer & Trans People of Color and Community-based Solutions to End Violence

May 12, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Free
The Department of Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies presents
The Annual Walk of the Heroines Lecture

In it Together: Centering Queer & Trans People of Color and Community-based Solutions to End Violence

presented by 
Kiyomi Fujikawa
Queer Network Program Coordinator at API Chaya, Seattle, WA

Thursday May 12
6:00-7:30pm
Smith Memorial Student Union 327/8/9
Portland State University
Free and open to the public

Drawing upon her work with API Chaya, Ms. Fujikawa will address these topics:

  • How is the current criminal legal system working (or not) for Queer and Trans communities of color?
  • How does sexual assault and intimate partner violence uniquely affect LGBT communities of color?
  • How are our LGBTQ communities of color imagining safety, accountability, and justice for ourselves?
  • What types of models can we organize/create/dream for the future?

For more information about this event, please contact Sarah Curtis at curtiss@pdx.edu or 503-725-2674.

Venue

Smith Memorial Student Union 327/8/9
Portland State University, + Google Map