Events
May 3

Black, Queer, and Trans: Mobilizing in the Caribbean and Beyond

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  • Add to Calendar 2022-05-03 18:30:00 2022-05-03 20:00:00 Black, Queer, and Trans: Mobilizing in the Caribbean and Beyond Amanda Taylor BC '22 in conversation with Kymm Foster, Emani Edwards, and Chaday EmmanuelAbout this event Embracing the spirit of the recent publication, Beyond Homophobia: Centering LGBTQ experiences in the Anglophone Caribbean (2020), activist photographer Amanda Taylor, BC ’22 will be in conversation with leading LGBTQ+ mobilizers who are creating networks of visibility and support for queer and trans life in Jamaica and beyond. Speakers include: Kymm Foster from TransWaveJA, working to advance the health, welfare, and well-being of the transgender community in Jamaica through gender recognition, equitable access to non-discriminatory health care, education, housing and employment; Emani Edwards from United Trans Creatives, which breaks through barriers in fashion, activism and social justice through image making and representation; Chaday Emmanuel represents Connek JA, which organizes events, media, and travel experiences that bring together queer family and allies across borders. Co-sponsored by Africana Studies, Spanish and Latin American Cultures, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Barnard CollegeAccessibility Live transcription and ASL interpretation will be provided. Please email any additional access needs to skreitzb@barnard.edu. This event is free and open to all.      Barnard College barnard-admin@digitalpulp.com America/New_York public

Amanda Taylor BC '22 in conversation with Kymm Foster, Emani Edwards, and Chaday Emmanuel

About this event
Embracing the spirit of the recent publication, Beyond Homophobia: Centering LGBTQ experiences in the Anglophone Caribbean (2020), activist photographer Amanda Taylor, BC ’22 will be in conversation with leading LGBTQ+ mobilizers who are creating networks of visibility and support for queer and trans life in Jamaica and beyond. Speakers include: Kymm Foster from TransWaveJA, working to advance the health, welfare, and well-being of the transgender community in Jamaica through gender recognition, equitable access to non-discriminatory health care, education, housing and employment; Emani Edwards from United Trans Creatives, which breaks through barriers in fashion, activism and social justice through image making and representation; Chaday Emmanuel represents Connek JA, which organizes events, media, and travel experiences that bring together queer family and allies across borders. 
Co-sponsored by Africana Studies, Spanish and Latin American Cultures, and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Barnard College
Accessibility
Live transcription and ASL interpretation will be provided. Please email any additional access needs to skreitzb@barnard.edu.
This event is free and open to all.