Culture x Gender

A conversation between trans people of colour

How do you decolonise gender? Five advocates, artists, and activists, all trans, all people of colour, will discuss their experiences and reflections of gender diversity at Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library.

Join these five leaders, Margot Fink, Kira Djnalie, Dr Muhammed Taha, Raina Peterson, and Milo Milton-Moon, for an exploration of similarities and differences across cultural lines of queerness, gender expression, and identity.  


This event encourages and welcomes young trans and gender diverse people of colour to attend and bring comments, stories, and questions to share with the evening’s speakers.
MARGOT FINK

Artist, advocate, and committee member of Transgender Victoria

KIRA DJNALIE

Creator and Nerd behind Beautiful, Talented, & Deadly. Yorta and Wergaia

DR MUHAMMED TAHA

Engineer and scientist at the Melbourne School of Engineering

RAINA PETERSON

Performer, dancer-choreographer, and teacher at Studio J Dance in Richmond

MILO MILTON-MOON

Exercise scientist and trans community advocate

SPONSORS

Minus18 and Yarra Libraries

IMAGE

'Fey' by Teddy Darling

Event & ticketing details

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Accessibility

Wheelchair Access

Dates & Times

When Tue 4 Feb 6:30pm
Duration 2hrs

Location

Bargoonga Nganjin, North Fitzroy Library

182/186 St George's Rd, North Fitzroy

Get directions

Tram

11 to stop 21

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