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Native American Heritage Month Kickoff: Jac Stringer

Wednesday, November 3, 2021, 2 pm to 3:30 pm
Campus: 
Dayton
109 Oelman Hall
Audience: 
Current Students
Faculty
Staff
Alumni
The public

The Asian & Native American Center and the LGBTQA Center presents: 

JAC Stringer

"Related Histories: Commonalities Between Native and Trans Activist Movements"

To celebrate Native American Heritage Month, we are kicking off the month with our wonderful speaker, JAC Stringer. JAC Stringer (JamesAlice Catherine Stringer) is a trans-genderqueer femme, disabled, Cherokee two spirit, radical activist, and performance artist. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, JAC strives to create visibility and resources for Midwestern trans communities with the heart of his work surrounding trans youth and young adults. JAC is most well-known for his role as an early genderqueer activist, particularly as a genderqueer femme.

For information, contact
Kevin Huang
Intercultural Specialist, Asian & Native American Center
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