New York Area Bisexual Network (nyabn) wrote,
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[Yale/New Haven] Bisexual People of Color - workshop with Faith Cheltenham

Come join the LGBT Coop as we welcome Faith Cheltenham to Yale for her workshop "The Intersection Electric: An Interactive Tour of Bisexual People of Color Histories and Culture!"

Where: William L. Harkness Hall Room 112 Yale University 100 Wall Street New Haven CT 06510
When: Friday April 9th 2010 at 4:00 PM

Bisexual People of Color - workshop with Faith CheltenhamFaith Cheltenham is an involved bi-activist and current Vice-president of BiNet USA.

Sponsored by the Bruce Cohen Fund for LGBT Studies.

"Bisexuals account for nearly half of the LGBT community and for far too long the history and culture of ‘two-spirited’ People of Color has been discounted. We will span the globe, exploring Bisexual People of Color perspectives, both historical and modern. Outreach and advocacy to and within communities of color will be more effective after this workshop; ice-breakers, small group breakouts and personal participation will be central to this session.”

For more information:
▼ get to know bi-identified LGBT activist Faith Cheltenham
▼ welcome to Conn-Bi-Nation Connecticut’s own political, social and educational organization for the bi/fluid/pan community and our allies
▼ learn about LGBT life at Yale: LGBT Coop, Pride At Yale on Facebook; LGBT Studies at Yale
▼ join Academic Bi an International (English-language) Mailing List/Yahoo Group for the Discussion of and the Exchange of Information and Ideas about Topics related to Bisexual/Pansexual Theory, Queer Theory and the Academic Study of Bisexuality, Pansexuality, Fluidity, et. al.
▼ do you know about the USA's national, regional and local bisexual, fluid, pansexual and queer-identified organizations? BiNet USA, American Institute of Bisexuality (AIB), Bisexual Resource Center (BRC), New York Area Bisexual Network (NYABN)

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