Are you a lesbian, a bi woman* or a non-binary person of colour living in Greater Manchester? Then this event is for you!

As promised, the Women’s Programme of LGBT Foundation is launching their first community event for lesbian & bi women & non-binary people of colour in Trafford.

This event has been designed by the inclusion team of the Women's Programme.

An afternoon for you, by you, to talk about you.

Theme:Representation and Advocacy

Are you looking for a space to create, learn about history, and bond with like-minded people? This craftivist workshop will teach you how to screen print your own posters. Our theme will be inspirational LGBT+ women and non-binary people of colour. From Billie Holiday to Travis Alabanza, from Alice Walker to Hayley Kiyoko, this will be a space to explore our history and representation, creating and sharing skills and information.

All materials will be provided, including craft materials and history books. At the end, you’ll be able to take home your poster. Don’t worry if you feel less ambitious, pre-cut stencils will also be provided, so you can still join in the sharing and discussion. The workshop will be a safer space, and aims to be inclusive of people from all backgrounds.

You can already book yourself a seat HERE.

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Info:
Friday 25th, 5:30-8pm,
St John's Centre,
St John's Road, Old Trafford,
Manchester M16 7GX

/!\ We always try to make sure our events are as accessible as people, however, this time, the room will only be accessible by stairs unfortunately /!\

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=> If you have any access or diet requirements please get in touch with V (Virginie.assal@lgbt.foundation).

=> We also offer travel bursaries without any condition.


*This event is for all BAME women or women of colour who identify as lesbian or bisexual, all or part of the time, including trans women, older women, disabled/neurodivergent women, women of all faiths and backgrounds, non-binary/gender fluid people and transfeminine people. We try to make our services welcoming and accessible to all; if you have any specific access requirements, please let us know and we'll try to help.