This is a 2-hour workshop on the basics of pronouns, their usage, and the connection between pronouns and transgender communities. Participants will have the chance to practice using different sets of pronouns and create an action plan for implementing what they learn into their work.
After this workshop, participants will be able to:
Share what pronouns are and why they are important in their own words.
Identify the correct pronouns/forms in various sentence structures.
Additionally, participants will:
Practice different methods of addressing harm, such as calling in, calling out, and scripting.
Use the Action Planning resource to develop one tangible, actionable goal related to their increased inclusivity around pronouns.
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