Upcoming Webinar: LGBTQ Rights: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Under Attack
(St. Paul, MN; July 26, 2023) World Without Genocide will host a webinar on Tuesday, August 22, 2023, LGBTQ Rights: Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Under Attack.
This webinar explores attempts to legalize discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity by criminalizing gender-affirming medical care, banning participation on sports teams, banning employment access, and implementing social discrimination regarding names and pronouns, documents, books, and events.
Speakers are Phil Duran, J.D. and Brittany Stewart, J.D. who have advanced political and legal landscapes by integrating their LGBTQ identities into landmark work within these spheres.
Registration is required by Tuesday, August 22, 6:00 pm CT at www.worldwithoutgenocide.org/LGBTQrights
The webinar is open to the public: $10 general public, $5 students (over age 13, please) and seniors. ‘Clock hours’ for Minnesota teachers, nurses, and social workers. Free to Mitchell Hamline students (diversity credits available). $25 for 2 Elimination of Bias CLE credits for Minnesota lawyers. These are live webinar programs, and a recording will not be available.
Co-Sponsors: Children of Holocaust Survivors Association in Minnesota; Citizens for Global Solutions – MN; Federal Bar Association, Minnesota Chapter; Germanic-American Institute; Lutheran Church of the Redeemer; Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers; Minnesota Council of Churches; Minnesota Justice Foundation; Minnesota Nurses Association; Mitchell Hamline School of Law; Mount Zion Temple; Shir Tikvah Congregation; and The United Nations Association of Minnesota.
World Without Genocide promotes education and action to protect innocent people, prevent genocide, prosecute perpetrators, and remember those affected by genocide. World Without Genocide is formally associated with the UN Department of Global Communications and is in Special Consultative Status with the UN Economic and Social Council since 2022.
Ellen J. Kennedy, Ph.D.