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CAMP Alliance presents Don’t Give up Give Thanks! - November 24th from 5:00pm – 7:00pm (PST).
Everyone is welcome to attend!
A free discussion event on HIV and AIDS in Oregon and how it effects people in many facets of life. HIV is only a virus, one that we can prevent; but, we notice that it has higher rates in certain rural communities, LGBTQ+ communities, and communities of color throughout our state. There is no clear-cut answer on how to fix this – coming together and trying to understand its spread may help us to fight it better in the coming years. This event will highlight the voices of people of color, people living with HIV, Oregon youth, and HIV Prevention workers in our state. With World AIDS Day just around the corner on December 1st, we hope to bring a touch of peace and gratitude to a troubling time for many students and community members. CAMP Alliance is a project for LGBTQ+ and Allied youth in Oregon; but any person, family member, and community member is welcome to join and hear what the fuss is about. With registry and attendance comes the opportunity for raffle prizes!
Register for free here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEoc-CtrjIjHdSOHinoZECFU3dz-R_U_gRC
World AIDS Day - December 1st
Cascade AIDS Project (CAP) is a local community partner. Find out more about their work and how you can help!
As of 2020, all Washington State public school districts must offer Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSHE) to their students. Want to find out more about what this is and how it supports LGBTQ+ youth? Click HERE to get informed.
Battle Ground High School vibrated with pride on October 20th, 2019 when seven brave souls shared their coming out journeys to a packed house. This uplifting experience, titled Coming Out as You, was captured on video to help preserve this experience and for new audiences to enjoy.
Our Bold Voices presented Prideful Voices Vancouver on June 2nd, 2019 at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Vancouver. There was storytelling and music featuring local young LGBTQ+ voices and Acchord, an auditioned a cappella group composed of transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming musicians.
Presented by Linden Jordan (PFLAG Skagit) at Science on Tap at the Kiggins Theatre in Vancouver, WA on Aug 14, 2019
In this video, you will learn that chromosomes can vary widely with variations in results and why it is not useful to speak of sex and gender as the same entities. Sharing about fetal development and the many variations that occur that directly impact one's anatomy and one's sense of self where gender is concerned, this presentation will give new meaning to the words gender, transgender, gender fluid, intersex, and queer.
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The Vancouver meeting is the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7pm
The Battle Ground Meeting is the 3rd Thursday of the month at 7 pm