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Transgender Ally/Advocate Training Camp – ONLINE – June 22-24, 2021

Want to be a better ally or advocate for transgender and non-binary individuals?  Come join us for TTI’s virtual Ally/Advocate Training CampThe Transgender Training Institute's Ally/Advocate Training Camp: Want to be a better ally or advocate for transgender and non-binary individuals? …

TTI’s Training of Trainers – ONLINE – July 12-15, 2021

Our TOT is a professional development course for educators, trainers and facilitators who want to be better with trans-related content!About TTI's Online Training of Trainers Course:  Our hallmark Transgender Training-of-Trainers (TOT) is a professional development course for educators, trainers and facilitators…

Understanding Non-Binary Through A Racial Lens – 7/19/21, 5-6:30pm ET

Explore the intersections of race and gender expansive identities, the history of colonization, and the impact on communities today.This webinar will be an exploration of gender expansive experiences and how they existed before white colonization. Participants will discuss what it…

Supporting Trans Actors & Creatives: July 21 & 22, 2021

Trans Inclusion for Theatre, Film, and TV Professionals!Facilitated by actor Maybe Burke, this 10 hour course is designed for cisgender producers, directors, and other artistic leaders that want to create more affirming and supportive work environments for your trans and…

101: Understanding Trans and Non-Binary Identities – 7/28/21, 2-4ET/11-1PT

This session will cover foundational concepts, terminology, and basic strategies for supporting transgender and non-binary people.Research has shown individuals who identify as transgender or non-binary face multiple areas of discrimination and minority stress. By proactively working to create a world…

Gender Inclusion in Feminist Language – 7/29/21, 4-5PM ET/1-2PM PT

An in depth look at different ways people use language around Women's Rights, and how those efforts land for trans and non-binary people.Womxn? Women+? How do we use inclusive language when discussing what's historically been known as "women's issues"? Who…

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