Beyond the (Cis) Gender Binary
A Conversation about Transgender Identities & Rights
Tuesday, November 19th, 7:30 p.m.
Temple Beth Torah, 2162 Washington Street, Holliston
Mason Dunn, Director of Advocacy for Keshet, will lead an exciting and engaging conversation about transgender rights and identities. We’ll cover a wide array of topics, from pronouns, to nonbinary identities, and the status of transgender rights at the local and federal level. Come with questions and curiosity to learn more about this amazing and unique community from a Jewish perspective.
Linda Myer, Education Director at Temple Beth Torah, says, “Mason Dunn spoke at my former synagogue in Plymouth two years ago. He covers a great deal, is a wonderful speaker, and we all learned a lot about our transgender friends and neighbors. That’s why I wanted Mason to share his expertise and life story with all of us in Metrowest.”
Mason’s presentation will be followed by breakout discussion sessions for teens and adults. All are welcome. This program is presented by Temple Beth Torah in Holliston and Temple Etz Chaim in Franklin, and supported in part by Combined Jewish Philanthropies and private donations. Come learn, discuss, and schmooze with us!
Mason Dunn (he/him or they/them) has over 15 years of experience in transgender rights advocacy. He currently serves as the Director of Advocacy for Keshet, a nonprofit organization that promotes LGBTQ equality in Jewish life. They are the former executive director at the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, co-chair of the Yes on 3 campaign, and teaches as an adjunct faculty member at UNH Manchester. Mason earned their J.D. from University of New Hampshire School of Law and is a member of the New Hampshire Bar Association. They are also a board member of Equality Federation and commission member of the Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth.
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 508-429-6268
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