TNTJ Trans Identities Teach-In Saturday 2/13

Instead of our regularly schedule general body meeting, please join the BLM fam this Saturday at TNTJ’s Trans-Identities Teach-IN (FREE EVENT). We think this is extremely important to attend because ALL black lives matter!! Please find information below. See you there! 

TNTJ

The Tennessee Trans Journey Project, in association with the Nashville Human Rights Campaign and the Vanderbilt Students of Nonviolence, is presenting a Teach-In on Trans Identities at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, in Furman Hall, Room 114. Our keynote speaker will be Dr. Erin Swenson. (http://erinswenson.com/info/biography.html) Dr. Swenson will be presenting her talk, “If Anybody Asks You Who I Am: Confessions of a Transgender Troublemaker.”
There will be presentations introducing trans identities, both binary and nonbinary, challenges facing the trans community, intersectionality and black trans women, trans healthcare issues and allyship both individual and institutional, as well as a panel discussion with the presenters. There will be catering with vegan and kosher options.

There is no cost for the event, though donations to TNTJ will be gladly accepted.

LOCATION AND PARKING INFORMATION:
The event will be in Furman Hall room 114, on the Vanderbilt campus, near the intersection of Terrace Place and 21st Ave (see wall post with map). Two-hour metered street parking is available in this area (see map).

map

There is also public parking available in the following spaces:
-Terrace Place Garage, spaces 41-92, 21st Avenue & Terrace Place (Shown here)
-Wesley Place Garage, spaces 52-170, 21st Avenue & Scarritt Place
If you have any questions or concerns about accessibility, you can call or text Carmela at (971)221-3006 or email at chillburke@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/hrcnashville/
https://anchorlink.vanderbilt.edu/organization/vsn

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