Queer Youth Updates

A weekly e-newsletter resource for Queer/Ally Youth of Santa Cruz County. A program of the Safe Schools Project.

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Spring 2016 Queer Youth Calendar

Queer Youth Updates: Queer & Ally Youth Spring 2016 Calendar of Santa Cruz County

March 18: MAH Artivism

March 19: Queer & Ally Student Summit, Scotts Valley

March 27: PFLAG Watsonville, For Parents & Students

April 12: PFLAG Santa Cruz County, For Parents & Students

April 15: National Day of Silence

April 15: Breaking the Silence Rally, Clock Tower, Santa Cruz

April 15: Breaking the Silence Dance, North Monterey County High School, Castroville

May 7: Queer Youth Leadership Awards, Aptos High School

May 8: PFLAG Watsonville, For Parents & Students

May 10: PFLAG Santa Cruz County, For Parents & Students

May 14: South Bay Youth Pride Festival, San Jose

June 5:  Santa Cruz Pride

June 9:  Rainbow Graduation Ceremony, UCSC

June 14: PFLAG Santa Cruz County, For Parents & Students

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Summer 2016 Queer Youth Calendar

Queer Youth Updates: Queer & Ally Youth Summer 2016 Calendar of Santa Cruz County

Save The Date!

July 9-102016 Gender Spectrum Conference and Youth Program, East Bay, CA

This year’s conference theme is “Navigating the Path to Personal Gender.” For each of us, gender is personal: while we share many aspects of self with others (our race, ethnicity, class, faith community, sense of geographic place, family history, and other essential aspects of identity), the way that these identities, and our personal characteristics come together in our gender is unique to each of us. Even if we use a shared gender identity to capture this experience–male, female, agender, transgender, gender fluid, non-binary, genderqueer or many, many more–what that identity means is personal. We look forward to spending the weekend exploring how each of us is navigating this gender path individually, in our families, and in our communities. Youth programming is designed to meet the needs and interests of children and teens at different stages of their lives. Youth programs for students in grades 9-12, grades 6-8, grades 4-5 and K-3

July 15-17: GSA Network Activist Camp 2016

GSA Activist Camp is a youth-planned, youth-led summer training academy for youth in schools. GSA Activist Camps are three days long and feature intensive community building, skill-building, political education, and leadership training for current and potential GSA members. Organized by the GSA Network Nor Cal