M Tran is a Black and Asian trans woman from the Deep South and uses she/her/hers pronouns. She is a performing artist, story teller, and grassroots activist working within her communities to preserve history and promote wellness. Her focus is on nurturing, land, and interdependence especially as they relate to the Black, Trans, Southern, and … Continued
My name is Ducky Jones Black, Latinx Queer Intersex Nonbinary Disabled, neurodiverse person whho uses They/Them or She/Her pronouns. I am Co-Founding member of Los Angeles Spoonie Collective (Queer Trans Disabled, neurodiverse) who facilitates workshops and do panels at schools and businesses. I currently an Trainer through Community Partners on training homeless shelter to treat … Continued
Antoinette Chen-See (She/They) is a multidisciplinary organizer, builder, and community weaver for the people. From coordinating and throwing qtpoc benefit parties with the Ships in the Night Collective for 8 years, to practice in co-counseling and support team work for over 10 years, Antoinette’s passions including bringing people together in loving, healing and fantastic ways. … Continued
Lilac Vylette Maldonado (she/they) is a community organizer and culture worker who identifies as a sick & disabled, neurodivergent, Two-Spirit, Chicanx femme. She has been actively organizing since 2009 around many intersectional social justice issues such as racial justice, gender justice, disability justice, LGBTQIA+ issues, and body autonomy and acceptance. They are an avid zinester … Continued
Do you know how to support someone experiencing a mental health or emotional crisis? So many of us want to show up for others who need support, but just don’t know what to do. This 3 to 6 hours training covers the basics of how to provide emotional first aid for someone you know and … Continued
The current mental health paradigm centers around the sometimes alienating language of “illness” and “disorder,” and often discounts the emotional impacts of oppression and injustice. Many people find that these approaches from the mental health mainstream can be a source of stigma and hopelessness. What can mental health professionals and others in the helping professions … Continued
This workshop has been designed to support participants in understanding the stories they were born into and the stories that have been told for them. Participants will gain new insights about their own stories, how they are related to larger narratives, and begin the process of authoring their stories in their own words. Participants will … Continued
Uzomaka Obiocha is a strategist who helps entrepreneurs, creatives, and humanitarians develop & grow their businesses. She understands how an effective strategy can be used as a road map to coordinate and guide ideas into reality, while still honoring one’s soul purpose and core beliefs.