Community Gathering Space: Navigating Grief in Queer & Trans Communities
Join the Sexual & Gender Diversity Office and the Mark S. Bonham Centre for Sexual Diversity Studies in mourning lives lost to violence and hatred at the recent shooting at Club Q in Colorado Springs. We are together in our grief, fatigue, and anger. And we are together as we denounce homophobia, transphobia, racism, and all forms of hate and discrimination.
Date: November 30, 2022
Time: 12pm – 1pm
Guest Facilitator: Billy J. Choi-Gekas (they/them) is a Nonbinary, Queer, mixed-race Settler from Tkaronto. They are the Circulation Supervisor for the John W. Graham Library at Trinity College, University of Toronto, and the Chair of the “Inclusivity, Diversity, Equity, AntiRacism” (IDEAR) Committee of the University of Toronto Libraries. They serve on the Board of Directors for Toronto Urban Native Ministry, and has a private practice as a wholistic practitioner and anti-oppression consultant, working with individuals and communities, as well as numerous social justice, Queer, and interreligious organizations across Canada. You can find Billy and their team through the School of Radical Healing and Sacred Activism (SORHSA).
All 2SLGBTQ+ students, staff, faculty and librarians from U of T’s three campuses are invited to join us in creating a healing community space together.