Trans as/in Community: Collective Organizing for Immigrant and LGBTQ+ Rights

When: October 14, 2021 1:30pm

The Trans Studies in Education Speaker Series is hosting Jennicet Gutiérrez as our inaugural fall speaker. Jennicet Gutiérrez is a trans Latina organizer with Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement (TQLM). Jennicet's work is focused on uplifting and centering the voices of trans women in racial justice work and organizing to end the deportation, incarceration and criminalization of immigrants and people of color.

Hosted by the College of Education, Jennicet's student session will engage undergrad and grad students in thinking about collective community organizing. This event is open to the students, and registration is required. 

Sponsors for this event include: College of Education, Department of Educational Policy Studies and Practice, Center for the Study of Higher Education, HSI Initiatives & Faculty Affairs, Guerrero Student Center, and the Women’s and Gender Resource Center.

Audience: Students
Audience size: Very Large (501+)
Price: 0


Campus: Virtual


United States

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Roman Christiaens College of Education

Requests for disability-related accommodations should be directed to the event's primary contact: Roman Christiaens