SPECIAL EDUCATION EVENT: Navigating Transgender Legal Issues GUEST SPEAKER: Taylor Brown Tyron Garner Memorial Fellow LAMBDA LEGAL WHEN: Tuesday, February 19 7 – 8:30 PM WHERE: Johns Creek United Methodist Church 11180 Medlock Bridge Road Johns Creek, GA 30097 (3rd Floor) Taylor will be discussing ways parents of transgender children can navigate complex legal issues, such as name changes, ID document changes, restroom access, school rights, and healthcare. She will provide us with clear, actionable guidance to ensure our kids and ourselves are safe and secure. PLEASE NOTE: Our regular scheduled meetings will meet as usual during the education event for those who need support or wish not to attend the education event. • TWEENS (Room 313) • TEENS (Rooms 322 and 323) • ADULTS (Rooms 315 and 320) — Taylor Brown is the Tyron Garner Memorial Law Fellow at the Southern Regional Office of Lambda Legal in Atlanta, GA. Taylor pursues litigation, policy advocacy, and public education addressing inequities in policy and the law for African-American LGBTQ people and African-American PLWH. She passed the February 2018 New York Bar Exam and is pending admission in New York. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the National Trans Bar Association.

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2TMt3Yp SPECIAL EDUCATION EVENT:
Navigating Transgender Legal Issues

GUEST SPEAKER:
Taylor Brown
Tyron Garner Memorial Fellow
LAMBDA LEGAL

WHEN:
Tuesday, February 19
7 – 8:30 PM

WHERE:
Johns Creek United Methodist Church
11180 Medlock Bridge Road
Johns Creek, GA 30097
(3rd Floor)

Taylor will be discussing ways parents of transgender children can navigate complex legal issues, such as name changes, ID document changes, restroom access, school rights, and healthcare. She will provide us with clear, actionable guidance to ensure our kids and ourselves are safe and secure.
PLEASE NOTE: Our regular scheduled meetings will meet as usual during the education event for those who need support or wish not to attend the education event.
• TWEENS (Room 313)
• TEENS (Rooms 322 and 323)
• ADULTS (Rooms 315 and 320) — Taylor Brown is the Tyron Garner Memorial Law Fellow at the Southern Regional Office of Lambda Legal in Atlanta, GA. Taylor pursues litigation, policy advocacy, and public education addressing inequities in policy and the law for African-American LGBTQ people and African-American PLWH. She passed the February 2018 New York Bar Exam and is pending admission in New York. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the National Trans Bar Association.

SPECIAL EDUCATION EVENT: Navigating Transgender Legal Issues GUEST SPEAKER: Taylor Brown Tyron Garner Memorial Fellow LAMBDA LEGAL WHEN: Tuesday, February 19 7 – 8:30 PM WHERE: Johns Creek United Methodist Church 11180 Medlock Bridge Road Johns Creek, GA 30097 (3rd Floor) Taylor will be discussing ways parents of transgender children can navigate complex legal issues, such as name changes, ID document changes, restroom access, school rights, and healthcare. She will provide us with clear, actionable guidance to ensure our kids and ourselves are safe and secure. PLEASE NOTE: Our regular scheduled meetings will meet as usual during the education event for those who need support or wish not to attend the education event. • TWEENS (Room 313) • TEENS (Rooms 322 and 323) • ADULTS (Rooms 315 and 320) — Taylor Brown is the Tyron Garner Memorial Law Fellow at the Southern Regional Office of Lambda Legal in Atlanta, GA. Taylor pursues litigation, policy advocacy, and public education addressing inequities in policy and the law for African-American LGBTQ people and African-American PLWH. She passed the February 2018 New York Bar Exam and is pending admission in New York. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the National Trans Bar Association.

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2BzU7mF SPECIAL EDUCATION EVENT:
Navigating Transgender Legal Issues

GUEST SPEAKER:
Taylor Brown
Tyron Garner Memorial Fellow
LAMBDA LEGAL

WHEN:
Tuesday, February 19
7 – 8:30 PM

WHERE:
Johns Creek United Methodist Church
11180 Medlock Bridge Road
Johns Creek, GA 30097
(3rd Floor)

Taylor will be discussing ways parents of transgender children can navigate complex legal issues, such as name changes, ID document changes, restroom access, school rights, and healthcare. She will provide us with clear, actionable guidance to ensure our kids and ourselves are safe and secure.
PLEASE NOTE: Our regular scheduled meetings will meet as usual during the education event for those who need support or wish not to attend the education event.
• TWEENS (Room 313)
• TEENS (Rooms 322 and 323)
• ADULTS (Rooms 315 and 320) — Taylor Brown is the Tyron Garner Memorial Law Fellow at the Southern Regional Office of Lambda Legal in Atlanta, GA. Taylor pursues litigation, policy advocacy, and public education addressing inequities in policy and the law for African-American LGBTQ people and African-American PLWH. She passed the February 2018 New York Bar Exam and is pending admission in New York. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the National Trans Bar Association.

#Repost @queerclassroompodcast ・・・ On today’s episode, we are celebrating Black History Month by profiling three amazing, queer people of color and reccing three novels by and about LGBT+ POCs that would all make excellent additions to your history, social studies, English, or language arts curriculum. #newepisode #blackhistorymonth #lgbtqia #queerpoc #teaching

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2E7c39S #Repost @queerclassroompodcast
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On today’s episode, we are celebrating Black History Month by profiling three amazing, queer people of color and reccing three novels by and about LGBT+ POCs that would all make excellent additions to your history, social studies, English, or language arts curriculum. #newepisode #blackhistorymonth #lgbtqia #queerpoc #teaching

JOHNS CREEK Location – Support Group Meetings WHEN: Tuesday, February 19 (Third Tuesday of Each Month) 7 – 8:30 PM WHERE: Johns Creek United Methodist Church 11180 Medlock Bridge Road Johns Creek, GA 30097 (3rd Floor – Room 320) — PFLAG Johns Creek is here for you! Providing free and confidential support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals and their parents, families, and friends in the North Atlanta metro area. PFLAG Johns Creek support groups meet on the third Tuesday of each and every month at the JOHNS CREEK location. — We have three separate groups and each room has a sign identifying which group is meeting in that room. Choose the group that is best for you: • TWEENS (Room 313) – A special safe space for LGBTQ tweens (4th-7th grade, ages 9-13) to socialize with other tweens. This is NOT a facilitated support group but instead a social group with games, art, and other fun for tweens to enjoy all while being themselves. The Tween Social Group runs concurrent with the older Teen and Adult Support Groups. • TEENS (Rooms 322 and 323) – Support/discussion for LGBTQ teens and their teen friends/allies (8th grade and up, minimum age 13). • ADULTS (Rooms 320 and 315) – Support/discussion for LGBTQ adults and parents, families, and friends of LGBTQ adults or youth. — Questions? Want to know more? CONNECT WITH US! Phone: 470.207.3524 Email: PFLAGJohnsCreek@gmail.com Web: PFLAGJohnsCreek.org Facebook: Facebook.com/PFLAGJohnsCreek Twitter: Twitter.com/PFLAGJohnsCreek Instagram: Instagram.com/PFLAGJohnsCreek

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2TKeu7U JOHNS CREEK Location – Support Group Meetings

WHEN:
Tuesday, February 19
(Third Tuesday of Each Month)
7 – 8:30 PM

WHERE:
Johns Creek United Methodist Church
11180 Medlock Bridge Road
Johns Creek, GA 30097
(3rd Floor – Room 320) — PFLAG Johns Creek is here for you! Providing free and confidential support to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals and their parents, families, and friends in the North Atlanta metro area.

PFLAG Johns Creek support groups meet on the third Tuesday of each and every month at the JOHNS CREEK location. — We have three separate groups and each room has a sign identifying which group is meeting in that room. Choose the group that is best for you: • TWEENS (Room 313) – A special safe space for LGBTQ tweens (4th-7th grade, ages 9-13) to socialize with other tweens. This is NOT a facilitated support group but instead a social group with games, art, and other fun for tweens to enjoy all while being themselves. The Tween Social Group runs concurrent with the older Teen and Adult Support Groups. • TEENS (Rooms 322 and 323) – Support/discussion for LGBTQ teens and their teen friends/allies (8th grade and up, minimum age 13). • ADULTS (Rooms 320 and 315) – Support/discussion for LGBTQ adults and parents, families, and friends of LGBTQ adults or youth. — Questions? Want to know more? CONNECT WITH US!
Phone: 470.207.3524
Email: PFLAGJohnsCreek@gmail.com
Web: PFLAGJohnsCreek.org
Facebook: Facebook.com/PFLAGJohnsCreek
Twitter: Twitter.com/PFLAGJohnsCreek
Instagram: Instagram.com/PFLAGJohnsCreek

Lots of area high schools putting on shows. Support our teens! – #Repost @roswellhighsch with @get_repost ・・・ Roswell High School Musical Theatre presents Mary Poppins: The Broadway Musical Feb 21-23 at 7 pm and Feb 24 at 3 pm. Tickets are available now. http://bit.ly/2GlbZG7

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2I5B89u Lots of area high schools putting on shows. Support our teens!

#Repost @roswellhighsch with @get_repost
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Roswell High School Musical Theatre presents Mary Poppins: The Broadway Musical Feb 21-23 at 7 pm and Feb 24 at 3 pm. Tickets are available now. http://bit.ly/2GlbZG7

2019 Georgia GSA/LGBTQ+ Youth Summit Saturday, February 16, 2019 This is a great time to meet youth from around the state to be encouraged, inspired, and motivated for action. Offering education, entertainment, breakout sessions, advocacy, and new friendships. There will be a social/talent show as well. Check out the event and register to attend via the link: http://bit.ly/2A2xZjm

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2Snd1b7 2019 Georgia GSA/LGBTQ+ Youth Summit

Saturday, February 16, 2019

This is a great time to meet youth from around the state to be encouraged, inspired, and motivated for action.

Offering education, entertainment, breakout sessions, advocacy, and new friendships. There will be a social/talent show as well.

Check out the event and register to attend via the link: http://bit.ly/2A2xZjm

SPECIAL EDUCATION EVENT: Navigating Transgender Legal Issues GUEST SPEAKER: Taylor Brown Tyron Garner Memorial Fellow LAMBDA LEGAL WHEN: Tuesday, February 19 7 – 8:30 PM WHERE: Johns Creek United Methodist Church 11180 Medlock Bridge Road Johns Creek, GA 30097 (3rd Floor) Taylor will be discussing ways parents of transgender children can navigate complex legal issues, such as name changes, ID document changes, restroom access, school rights, and healthcare. She will provide us with clear, actionable guidance to ensure our kids and ourselves are safe and secure. PLEASE NOTE: Our regular scheduled meetings will meet as usual during the education event for those who need support or wish not to attend the education event. • TWEENS (Room 313) • TEENS (Rooms 322 and 323) • ADULTS (Rooms 315 and 320) — Taylor Brown is the Tyron Garner Memorial Law Fellow at the Southern Regional Office of Lambda Legal in Atlanta, GA. Taylor pursues litigation, policy advocacy, and public education addressing inequities in policy and the law for African-American LGBTQ people and African-American PLWH. She passed the February 2018 New York Bar Exam and is pending admission in New York. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the National Trans Bar Association.

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2Tys1PL SPECIAL EDUCATION EVENT:
Navigating Transgender Legal Issues

GUEST SPEAKER:
Taylor Brown
Tyron Garner Memorial Fellow
LAMBDA LEGAL

WHEN:
Tuesday, February 19
7 – 8:30 PM

WHERE:
Johns Creek United Methodist Church
11180 Medlock Bridge Road
Johns Creek, GA 30097
(3rd Floor)

Taylor will be discussing ways parents of transgender children can navigate complex legal issues, such as name changes, ID document changes, restroom access, school rights, and healthcare. She will provide us with clear, actionable guidance to ensure our kids and ourselves are safe and secure.
PLEASE NOTE: Our regular scheduled meetings will meet as usual during the education event for those who need support or wish not to attend the education event. • TWEENS (Room 313)
• TEENS (Rooms 322 and 323)
• ADULTS (Rooms 315 and 320) — Taylor Brown is the Tyron Garner Memorial Law Fellow at the Southern Regional Office of Lambda Legal in Atlanta, GA. Taylor pursues litigation, policy advocacy, and public education addressing inequities in policy and the law for African-American LGBTQ people and African-American PLWH. She passed the February 2018 New York Bar Exam and is pending admission in New York. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the National Trans Bar Association.

#lgbtblackhistory #lgbthistory #blackhistorymonth – #Repost @blackgayweddings ・・・ BAYARD RUSTIN (African American LGBTQ PIONEER) A master strategist and tireless activist, Bayard Rustin is best remembered as the organizer of the 1963 March on Washington, one of the largest nonviolent protests ever held in the United States. He brought Gandhi’s protest techniques to the American civil rights movement, and helped mold Martin Luther King, Jr. into an international symbol of peace and nonviolence. Despite these achievements, Rustin was silenced, threatened, arrested, beaten, imprisoned and fired from important leadership positions, largely because he was an openly gay man in a fiercely homophobic era. Five years in the making and the winner of numerous awards, BROTHER OUTSIDER presents a feature-length documentary portrait, focusing on Rustin’s activism for peace, racial equality, economic justice and human rights. Young Bayard RustinToday, the United States is still struggling with many of the issues Bayard Rustin sought to change during his long, illustrious career. His focus on civil and economic rights and his belief in peace, human rights and the dignity of all people remain as relevant today as they were in the 1950s and 60s. Rustin’s biography is particularly important for lesbian and gay Americans, highlighting the major contributions of a gay man to ending official segregation in America. Rustin stands at the confluence of the great struggles for civil, legal and human rights by African-Americans and lesbian and gay Americans. In a nation still torn by racial hatred and violence, bigotry against homosexuals, and extraordinary divides between rich and poor, his eloquent voice is needed today. #lgbtblackhistory #bayardrustin #blacklgbtqpioneer

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2DUhR6y #lgbtblackhistory #lgbthistory #blackhistorymonth –
#Repost @blackgayweddings
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BAYARD RUSTIN (African American LGBTQ PIONEER) A master strategist and tireless activist, Bayard Rustin is best remembered as the organizer of the 1963 March on Washington, one of the largest nonviolent protests ever held in the United States. He brought Gandhi’s protest techniques to the American civil rights movement, and helped mold Martin Luther King, Jr. into an international symbol of peace and nonviolence.

Despite these achievements, Rustin was silenced, threatened, arrested, beaten, imprisoned and fired from important leadership positions, largely because he was an openly gay man in a fiercely homophobic era. Five years in the making and the winner of numerous awards, BROTHER OUTSIDER presents a feature-length documentary portrait, focusing on Rustin’s activism for peace, racial equality, economic justice and human rights.

Young Bayard RustinToday, the United States is still struggling with many of the issues Bayard Rustin sought to change during his long, illustrious career. His focus on civil and economic rights and his belief in peace, human rights and the dignity of all people remain as relevant today as they were in the 1950s and 60s.

Rustin’s biography is particularly important for lesbian and gay Americans, highlighting the major contributions of a gay man to ending official segregation in America. Rustin stands at the confluence of the great struggles for civil, legal and human rights by African-Americans and lesbian and gay Americans. In a nation still torn by racial hatred and violence, bigotry against homosexuals, and extraordinary divides between rich and poor, his eloquent voice is needed today.

#lgbtblackhistory #bayardrustin #blacklgbtqpioneer

SPECIAL EDUCATION EVENT: How Parents Can Discuss Healthy LGBTQ+ Sexuality with Their Teens WHEN: Tuesday, February 5 7 – 8:30 PM WHERE: Congregation B’nai Torah 700 Mt. Vernon Highway Sandy Springs, GA 30328 (Community Room C) Parking on the left of the main drive. Meeting is in the main building. Follow the signs. No food or drink allowed due to kosher facility. GUEST SPEAKERS: SHANNON CLAWSON State-wide Outreach Coordinator GEORGIA EQUALITY JAIME WINFREE, M.ED. Co-Founder & Director GEORGIA COALITION FOR ADVANCING SEX EDUCATION (GCASE) Talking to teens about sex can be tough. For parents of LGBTQ+ teens who are also learning about their child’s sexual orientation or gender identity, that conversation can be even more challenging. Shannon and Jaime will share with parents the state of sex education for LGBTQ+ teens in Georgia public schools and how parents can talk with their LGBTQ+ teens about sex, including sexual health and safety. — PLEASE NOTE: Our regular scheduled meetings will meet as usual during the education event for those who need support or wish not to attend the education event. • TEENS (Community Room A) • ADULTS (Community Room B) Join us!

from Instagram: http://bit.ly/2REuXbI SPECIAL EDUCATION EVENT: How Parents Can Discuss Healthy LGBTQ+ Sexuality with Their Teens

WHEN:
Tuesday, February 5
7 – 8:30 PM

WHERE:
Congregation B’nai Torah
700 Mt. Vernon Highway
Sandy Springs, GA 30328
(Community Room C)

Parking on the left of the main drive. Meeting is in the main building. Follow the signs. No food or drink allowed due to kosher facility.

GUEST SPEAKERS:

SHANNON CLAWSON
State-wide Outreach Coordinator
GEORGIA EQUALITY

JAIME WINFREE, M.ED.
Co-Founder & Director
GEORGIA COALITION FOR ADVANCING SEX EDUCATION (GCASE)

Talking to teens about sex can be tough. For parents of LGBTQ+ teens who are also learning about their child’s sexual orientation or gender identity, that conversation can be even more challenging.

Shannon and Jaime will share with parents the state of sex education for LGBTQ+ teens in Georgia public schools and how parents can talk with their LGBTQ+ teens about sex, including sexual health and safety. — PLEASE NOTE: Our regular scheduled meetings will meet as usual during the education event for those who need support or wish not to attend the education event. • TEENS (Community Room A)
• ADULTS (Community Room B)

Join us!