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C2C: Two Spirit & Queer People of Colour Call to Conversation with LGBT and Allies fonds
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The Two-Spirit & Queer People of Colour: A Call to Conversation with LGBT & Allies was a conference hosted by the University of Winnipeg in partnership with Two-Spirited People of Manitoba and QTPOC Winnipeg from October 20-22, 2017. The conference was organized to foreground Two-Spirit and Queer People of Colour realities and focus on intersections between these communities. C2C intended to bring together leading national and international Two-Spirit and Queer People of Colour scholars and LGBTQ and cisgender heterosexual allies to engage in conversations that highlight where the communities intersect, what efforts are needed to reconcile relationships, and celebrate the gifts and achievements of the communities. Themes of the conference included: history, origin, and resurgence; family; education; institutions; and creative practice.
The material was generated for the conference and donated to the Archives by conference organizers following its completion.
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The poster and program for the C2C: Two Spirit & Queer People of Colour Call to Conversation with LGBT and Allies conference held October 20-22, 2017 at the University of Winnipeg.
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Users must abide by copyright legislation. University of Winnipeg retains copyright on this material. University of Winnipeg waives copyright in most instances.
These records were processed through the financial assistance of the Government of Canada and the Manitoba Department of Sport, Culture, and Heritage.
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Created August 2018 by Coral Baisch.
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