Zine making workshop about Trans-youth

120 Minuten

Zine (independently published magazines) making has always been a medium for marginalized groups to ensure that their voices are heard. In this workshop, participants will be able to learn about the history of DIY media making, and have an opportunity to make a collective zine about their own experience as trans children.

In the workshop, we will inspect the following questions: What stories are missing in public discourse about trans children? What stories or narratives do you wish you had when you were younger? And what conversations would you like to have with trans youth now?

This workshop is an opportunity to explore trans media, give space to discuss experiences, and share the knowledge we are embody with one another! And at the end of the workshop, participants will be able to take home their very own zines!

Rae Parnell (they)
Rae Parnell (aka RaeZor Beam) is a Black trans researcher, writer, and educator based in the Hague, NL. They do healing work and community building through workshop facilitation and use the process of zine-making to archive queer and trans communities of color.

Dieser Workshop ist in Englisch ohne deutsche Übersetzung


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