January 5th, 2004

For Those Living in the Seattle Area

LIVING AS GENDER OUTLAWS: AN INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP

January 24-25,2004
10:00am-6:00pm each day

Seattle, WA

Co-Facilitated by Colin Kennedy Donovan and Qwo-Li Driskill

SPACE IS LIMITED: MUST PREREGISTER.

To register, contact Colin and Qwo-Li at:
Email: genderoutlaws@dragonflyrising.com
Phone: 206-329-1606

This workshop is for people who identify as genderqueer, trans, sissy,
butch, femme, MTF, FTM, and all others who feel they transgress gender
categories in their lives and identities. Using interactive theater and
dialogue, we will investigate the complexities of gender, gender histories,
internalized and external transphobia and sexism, and the impacts of
violence / power / oppression on our communities.

Sliding scale: $100-$400. Scholarships available. No-one turned away for
lack of funds.

Wheelchair accessible.

About the facilitators:

Colin Kennedy Donovan is an anti-racist Irish/English/German/Spanish
trans/genderqueer (dis)abled activist, poet, writer and performer. S/he has
facilitated workshops and performed throughout the Pacific Northwest. Hir
work appears in Clamor Magazine, Revolutionary Voices: A Multicultural Queer
Youth Anthology, Turning the Tide, and XCP: Streetnotes. S/he is also the
author of the radical (dis)ability zine Fuck Pity.

Qwo-Li Driskill is a Cherokee Two-Spirit and Queer also of African, Irish,
Lenape, Lumbee, and Osage ascent. A poet, activist, performer, and educator,
Qwo-Li is the founder of Knitbone Productions: A First Nations Ensemble. Hir
writing appears in numerous publications including Nurturing Native
Languages, Many Mountains Moving, Revolutionary Voices, and Speak to Me
Words: Essays on Contemporary American Indian Poetry. S/he performs,
lectures, and facilitates workshops throughout United States occupied Turtle
Island. Visit hir online at http://www.dragonflyrising.com

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1221 49th St.
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360-344-3435
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