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Youth in Action: Indigenizing Pride



How does identity influence activism Many tribal nations have always recognized multiple genders and those who possess both male and female spirits

Now - Jun 17, 2021.

How does identity influence activism Many tribal nations have always recognized multiple genders and those who possess both male and female spirits. Native people who identify as more than one gender or possessing both spirits sometimes refer to themselves as Two Spirit.

In celebration of Pride Month, hear from Indigenous youth working in the fields of education, health, cultural heritage and the arts to amplify Two Spirit and Native LGBTQ+ voices and issues.

Moderated by Anthony Bullard (Lumbee). Panelists include Ryan Young (Ojibwe), Souksavanh Keovorabouth (Diné [Navajo]) and Naomy Méndez Romero (Zapotec). Learn more about the panelists here

Closed captioning and simultaneous interpretation in English and Spanish will be available for this program.

Youth in Action: Conversations About Our Future is a monthly program led by young Native activists and changemakers from across the Western Hemisphere who areworkingtoward equity and social justice forIndigenous peoples. Topics vary from month to month. 

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¿Cómo influye la identidad en el activismo Muchos pueblos indígenas han reconocido a su largo múltiples géneros y aquellos que poseen espíritus masculinos y femeninos. Las personas indígenas que se identifican con más de un género o poseen ambas cualidades a veces se refieren a sí mismas como Dos Espíritus.

En celebración del Mes del Orgullo, entérate de jóvenes indígenas que trabajan en los campos de la educación, la salud, el patrimonio cultural y las artes para amplificar las voces y temas de las comunidades de Dos Espíritus y LGBTQ+ indígenas.

El programa será moderado por Anthony Bullard (lumbee). Entre los panelistas están Ryan Young (ojibwe), Souksavanh Keovorabouth (diné [navajo]) y Naomy Méndez Romero (zapoteca). Conoce más sobre los panelistas aquí

Subtítulos e interpretación simultánea en inglés y español estarán disponibles para este programa.

Image Caption/Credit: A muxe (pronounced mu-shay) youth takes part in a procession during the Vela de las Intrépidas festival in Oaxaca, Mexico. Muxe identities are diverse and layered and have been part of Zapotec society since pre-colonial times. Jan Sochor/Alamy Stock Photo

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