We all have genders. We all have races. And we all have ways that we go about thinking about those things. Emi Koyama’s piece “Whose feminism is it anyway? The unspoken racism of the trans inclusion debate” addresses the specific issues of race and racism in the transgender community and transgender activism. This piece will bring a new perspective on both gender and race to the table.

This event is a discussion of the article, available on Emi Koyama’s personal website.

Refreshments will be provided.

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