Dignity Network Canada
The Steelworkers Humanity Fund
The Canadian Embassies to Guatemala and Colombia
This online event is organized by an affiliate. Please visit Dignity Network Canada for more info
Join us at Glad Day Bookshop for a conversation on international/global indiqueer solidarity with indigenous queer human rights defenders from Colombia and Guatemala. This conversation will provide a space for dialogue and to explore solidarity work and collaboration around indigenous 2S / LGBTIQ issues around the globe with a focus on Latin America. The session includes Olowaili Green, an indigenous queer filmmaker from Colombia, Fernando Us Alvarez, a Mayan sexual dissident activist, and Monica Chub, a trans indigenous activist – both from Guatemala. The session is supported by Dignity Network Canada, Inter Pares, CUPE, the Steelworkers Humanity Fund, and the Canadian Embassies to Guatemala and Colombia.
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