Two-Spirit Reconciliation

We are pleased to announce a West Coast learning and discussion virtual event with Cree Two-Spirit activist, researcher and educator Harlan Pruden.  It will take place on December 16, from 10 AM to 130 PM. Event will feature two interconnected sessions with a break in between. We expect to spend about three hours together.

Discussion will introduce Two-Spirit identities within community, sexual and gender identity continuums. We will also look at decolonizing sexual health research. We hope to see you at this special event.

We will open up the Zoom room at 9:55 so people can chat and connect. The first session starts at 10 AM Pacific time. 



Suggested Participants

All are welcome, and we suggest this might be of particular interest to:

  • frontline workers
  • program coordinators and managers
  • knowledge translation staff and educators
  • community allies and supporters


Presenter: Harlan Pruden

Harlan is the Managing Editor at Two-Spirit Journal and co-creator of the Two-Spirit Dry Lab, “Turtle Island’s  first research group or lab that focuses exclusively on Two-Spirit people, communities, and experiences.” Harlan is also an educator with Chee Mamuk, BC’s provincial Indigenous sexual health program. Harlan will support learning on gender, sexuality and Two-Spirit identities; plus introduce pathways for best practices in service delivery. Harlan is a dynamic speaker who brings passion and humour to creating an allied community of reconciliation work.


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