Virtual Pride on Friday, June 26th--Programmed By Gender Justice League

Photo Credit: Seattle Pride/ Nate Gowdy

Photo Credit: Seattle Pride/ Nate Gowdy

On Friday, June 26th, Seattle Virtual Pride will be programmed by the Gender Justice League, producers of Trans Pride.

According to a press release from Why For Good on behalf of Seattle Pride, Friday's events will "...kick-off a robust three days of festivities with Trans Pride’s Friday Stage Show featuring a variety of local and national talent, workshops addressing a wide range of topics appealing to all ages, as well as youth activities and a series of trans-themed short films. Program sessions currently planned include storytelling and spoken word exploring the trials and joys of living in a queer disabled body presented by Gina Stella dell’Assunta; presentations by actress, writer, trans activist and motivational speaker Blossom Brown and black/trans/queer poet, author and educator J Mase III; and a showing of The Most Dangerous Year, a 2018 feature documentary film about parents fighting for their transgender children's rights.Trans Pride programming also includes a vital resource fair and online space to meet and collaborate with others from across the northwest on social, racial and economic justice; accessibility for all, advocacy and activism."

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