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Trans 101 Workshop + Asl Class **Registration Closed* says
LGBT YouthLine Presents

This workshop will talk about what it means to be transgender and how to make spaces safe for the trans community.
This class will also have ASL interpretation and will a lesson on how to sign LGBT+ vocabulary

Tuesday March 29 | 7pm-9pm
D-Beatstro | 1292 Bloor St W (Landsdowne Station)
Free of Charge | Wheelchair accessible | ASL interpretation by Scout
Tokens + Food provided

To attend you MUST register!

For more information and to register, e-mail


About the Facilitators!

Tamar is a QTPOC activist with a background working with youth and marginalized groups of people. They are a Psychology graduate from the University of Guelph as well as graduate of George Brown's Assaulted Women and Children's Counselling and Advocacy program. Their work has covered counselling and support at youth shelters, recreational planning and development with people with intellectual disabilities, outreach and event planning with queer youth organizations, sexual health and education with Planned Parenthood, and social justice campaign support on campus. They aim to live and work in a way that is anti racist & anti oppressive and loves to have conversations about these topics.

Eddie is a white queer and trans community artist, organizer, and educator based in Toronto. They obtained an undergraduate degree in Fine Art from OCADU with specialties in Photography, Printmaking, Fibre, and Gender studies, as well as a diploma from the Assaulted Women and Children's Counselling and Advocacy program at George Brown College, where they graduated with honours and multiple awards. Eddie has been working in the community arts sector for years as a facilitator, organizer, and support worker. They are invested in creating and fostering spaces that combine anti racism/anti oppression practices with arts practice and creativity. Working primarily with marginalized youth and the LGBTQ spectrum community, they have previously worked in community arts spaces such as Sketch and Gallery 44. They currently work at the Community Action Center at George Brown College as Women (cis & trans) and Trans Student Support Staff, as well as sitting on the Toronto Queer Zine Fair collective.

Tamyka graduated from the Community Worker program from George Brown College after three years of studies in general sociology at Gallaudet University. She has worked with different organizations as a Deaf advocate, and a feminism advocate. She shares her poems at different theatres and also is an artist.
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By: LGBT Youth Line

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