The Translating Identity Conference (TIC) explores a wide array of topics in discourses regarding gender and transgender identities, expressions, communities, and intersections. TIC is a *FREE*, student organized, non-profit conference that seeks to reach not only the University of Vermont & the Burlington community, but the nation as a whole. A one-day event, TIC has numerous sessions to choose from at any time that are directed towards people at all levels of inclusion in the trans and allied communities. This conference is a safe space for everyone to come, learn, and enjoy themselves!
Now announcing the 2016 keynote: Kat Blaque
"Kat Blaque, is Feminist YouTuber, Illustrator, Animator and Writer from Orange County, California.
She's been a blogger since 2005, Initially turning to the Internet as an emotional outlet, she has transformed her passion for social media and writing into a career. She currently contributes to Everyday Feminism,Pride.com, the Huffington Post and runs a Youtube channel with tens of thousands of followers. She has appeared on Buzzfeed, MTV News and MTV’s Decoded. While she graduated from Cal Arts with a degree in Character Animation in 2012, she finds that blogging has become a new and rewarding calling for her and a career for which she was built."
Read more about her and her important work at https://www.facebook.com/kat.blaque.5/
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