Gender is a foundational part of who we are. It influences how others treat us, and it gives us a lens through which we view the world. And yet, we know that blue and pink, girl and boy, and XX and XY don’t even begin to tell the full story about gender.
Come and participate in an interactive and educational discussion about gender with Rachael Hudson and Dr. Gayle Pitman.
Sunday, June 11, 2017
1-2:30 p.m. | Central Library | Please register to attend.
Book sale and signing after the event. Gender neutral bathrooms available.
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Do you have a question you would like addressed during the discussion? Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org and include your first name, first initial of your last name, and your Twitter handle (if you have one).
about the discussion facilitators
About Dr. Gayle Pitman
Dr. Gayle Pitman is a professor of psychology and women/gender studies at Sacramento City College. She is the author of two picture books: This Day in June, which won the ALA Stonewall Award in 2015, and When You Look Out the Window, which tells the story of Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin. She serves on the boards of the Gender Health Center and Girls Rock Sacramento, an organization that empowers those who identify as girls and women through music education.
About Rachael Hudson
Rachael Hudson is a transwoman who has lived in the Sacramento region since 1978. She served on the planning board for the Gender Health Center and was voted in as its only full-time employee when it opened in 2010. Today, she is the community outreach director for the center. She also sits on the board of directors for the Sacramento Gender Association. In 2007, she co-founded the TransFamilies Sacramento and SOFFA-T support groups.
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