Corn This Way 2019: Resist, Insist, Persist
Corn This Way Logistics
TIME: 8:30am-4:30pm
LOCATION: UNO Milo Bail Student Center
PARKING: Free Parking in East Parking Garage
For logistics questions contact: info@oma.glsen.org
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Morning Keynote: Kayla Toney
Kayla Toney is from Houston, Texas and is an artist and scientist. Their love for the arts and
sciences bloomed during middle school. When they attended Carleton College, they did not want to
pick one or the other. So they created their own major: Photography and Optics. Their work includes
themes of familial relationships, self-awareness, self-love, and acceptance. They hope that their
future work will include themes of difference, justice, and feminine energy. Kayla is currently
preparing for art conservation school where they will help preserve the cultural heritage of Black and
African art. Kayla Toney is currently working at a non-profit where they help the North Omaha
community retain jobs and prepare for higher education.
Afternoon Keynote: A.j.k. O'Donnell
A.j.k. O’Donnell is a wordsmith, artist, and award-winning activist from Omaha, Nebraska. Her words have appeared in the Huffington Post Queer Voices, Daily Iowan, and on Medium. She is the author of two collections of poetry and is now working on a novel and third collection of poetry. She was a recipient of the prestigious Youth Courage Award presented by the Colin Higgins Foundation in 2016 and has been honored as a Ten Outstanding Young Omaha Teens when she was a student at Westside High School in Omaha. She is the National Communications Manager for Black and Pink, Inc. - an organization that seeks “to liberate people impacted by the criminal punishment system, particularly those who identify as LGBTQIA2S+ and/or are living with HIV/AIDS, through advocacy, support, and organizing.” She is passionate about amplifying overlooked and marginalized experiences through advocacy, creative media, and community building -
while engaging in dialogues that bring humanity closer to Intersectional Goodness.
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