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Community Town Hall for Trans Women & CAMAB Non-Binary People
November 9 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm PST
We want to transform Thurston County into a thriving space for transgender girls, transgender women, and (C)AMAB (coercively assigned-male-at-birth) non-binary people, but we need your help to make this happen! Join Heartspark Press, Pizza Klatch, Pacific Mountain Workforce Development, Unite Olympia, Gender Justice League, and Thurston County Food Bank for the first-ever community town hall for transgender women and (C)AMAB non-binary people in Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, and surrounding counties. Transportation, food, and a $50 gift card will be provided for all participants.
Facilitated by Tobi Hill-Meyer and Eyota Yates.
Doors open at 1:00pm.
Town Hall Discussion begins at 2pm.
There will complementary food and refreshments from Burial Grounds, Starbucks, and Old School Pizza! Bags of food will be readily available to take home before and after the event, courtesy of our friends at Thurston County Food Bank. Come get yourself fed and be in community with us!
If you identify as a transgender women and/or gender non-conforming and were (coercively) assigned-male-at-birth, this event is specifically for you. This **absolutely** includes people who are intersex and were assigned-male-at-birth and/or forced to live as “male” in childhood, but do not identify as male. Come join us and reshape the future of our community and local service providers.
Special thanks to Pacific Mountain Workforce Development Council for making this inaugural event possible.
WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT THIS SPACE:
#1.) Because of the nature of this event, our town hall is only for (C)AMAB trans and non-binary people. If you are an ally who would like to volunteer and support this work, please email us at email@example.com for more information.
#2.) In order to make this space accessible to our disabled siblings, please refrain from using scented products on the day of this event. It makes the space much more available to our community with chemical sensitivities.
#3.) For transportation requests, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more details. We are more than happy to help you get here in the safest way possible!