'Queerantine' in the Time of COVID - Online Series Presented by IndigenEYEZ
Join us for a creative series of online conversations celebrating diversity, inclusion, freedom of spirit and self-expression! This series is for Indigenous 2SLGBTQQIPAA+ (Indigiqueer) youth and their allies between the ages of 14 and 30. We are a non-binary inclusive space.
It can be socially isolating to be in 'queerantine', and during the COVID disruption many of us feel the need for extra connection in our social networks. This series was developed to provide a venue for connection and community. We empower participants to inspire and support each other, raise awareness on critical issues, and talk about current topics impacting the 2SLGBTQQIPAA+ community.
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We hope that you will be able to attend all 8 sessions as the goal is to strengthen connection and build community during this isolating time of COVID. However, we also know that may not be possible for everyone.
I will participate in the following sessions:
May 20 On Being Indigiqueer: A Coming Out Story - Allan Thomas Lindley & Kim Haxton
May 27 Green Time Instead of Screen Time: Connecting with the Land - Shane Sable & Kim Haxton
June 3 Hearts & Parts: Part 1 - Allan Thomas Lindley & Hazel Bell-Koski
June 10 Hearts & Parts: Part 2 - Allan Thomas Lindley & Hazel Bell-Koski
June 17 Indigenous Futurism: Storytelling, Decolonizing & Imagination - Allan Thomas Lindley & Kim Haxton
June 24 Singing - Desiree Dawson & Jody Mariko Okabe
June 30 Oracle Card Making - Hazel Bell-Koski
July 7 Closing Circle - Brainstorming Next Steps - Kim Haxton
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A Note About Our Role as Facilitators:
We recognize that coming together and talking about these subjects may bring up strong feelings in people. We want to make sure that you are aware that we are artist facilitators and not counselors. We encourage you to identify your support systems before the workshops start – people that you feel safe and supported with, in case you need to process your feelings further after the session.
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