Continuous Conversation

How does culture shape our understanding of gender and sexuality?

WHEN

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Starting At: 5:00 PM

3 hrs

WHERE

Mountain View Library

120 Bragaw St, Anchorage, AK 99508

CONTACT

Oliviah Franke

ofranke@akhf.org  •  (907)-770-8411

Join us for a conversation exploring how culture shapes our understandings of gender and sexuality. This conversation is designed in collaboration with photographer Jenny Irene Miller, the artist behind the "Continuous" exhibit of portraits of Indigenous LGBTQ2 people from around the state.

Community conversations are a space to bring folks together to connect on a topic and guiding question; using toolkits that are a part of the Kindling Conversation Program for the Alaska Humanities Forum. These spaces are welcome to anyone and participation is encouraged but whatever folks want to share or not, is completely up to them!

From 5-6 pm there will be community resources and tabling followed by the community conversation from 6-8 pm! 

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Thank you to Pride Foundation for its generous sponsorship of these conversations!

COVID mitigation:

Wearing masks at in person events will be optional, we trust participants to do what is best for them on an individual level and will continue to have face coverings and hand sanitizer for use on site during the event. If you have been exposed or are experiencing symptoms, please stay home from this event.

If you test positive shortly after this event, please reach out to ofranke@akhf.org so that we can inform other participants of possible exposure. Any person who reaches out due to a positive test will not have their identity shared without consent. Additionally, the Alaska Humanities Forum will continue to monitor CDC recommendations and protocols may change over time.

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