Panel discussion with Lazarus Letcher and Monica Forrester. In partnership with W.E. Trans Support - Transgender and Allied Support, Office of Human Right, Equity, and Accessibility at University of Windsor, and Women's and Gender Studies at University of Windsor.
Join us virtually on Thursday, March 11 at 10:00am for a free event open to the public!
Lazarus Letcher is a Ph.D. student in American Studies, a solo musician and violist for the queer indie-folk band Eileen & the In-Betweens, and an addiction recovery coach for the BIPOC community. Their work centers on Black and Indigenous solidarities/liberation, transgender history, and sobriety. They live on Tiwa Pueblo land in Albuquerque, New Mexico with their pups Mahler and Billie, and a legion of plants.
You can keep up with them at their website www.lazarusletcher.com or their Instagram @L.Nuzzles.
Monica Forrester is a Program and Outreach co-ordinator for Maggie's Toronto Sex Workers Action Project. Since 1999, she has worked in various agencies to educate and make services accessible for trans* folks. She actively works to promote awareness and visibility of trans women. From living and working on the streets to being instrumental in creating a drop-in and an outreach program for transpeople at the 519 to her current work as a program coordinator for Maggie’s Toronto Sex Workers Action Project, Forrester has long advocated for transgender people in Toronto. She was also part of advocating for trans women to be allowed into women’s shelters and in creating policies to prevent shelters from discriminating against trans women. Monica is the founder of Trans Pride Toronto www.transpridetoronto.com
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