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Trans Stories

Friday, 3:00pm | Episcopal 

Trans Stories (v 3.0) Let My People Go – Justice through the bathroom. This is a continuation of the telling of transgender stories in society and the church with a particular focus on anti- transgender legislation in states across the south. We will hear from members of the trans community about what is happening in their dioceses and states while joining the conversation on how you can be allies in the struggle for equality.

Gwen Fry

The Reverend Gwen Fry is an ordained Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Arkansas. Her experience coming out as a trans woman of faith makes her keenly aware of the necessity for the equality of all God’s children.
Experiencing the effects of discrimination first hand, she has been actively involved in the work of justice in the transgender community both in Arkansas and across the Episcopal Church.
Gwen is an advocate and activist for the transgender community who was a leader in the coalition of organizations who fought back the anti-transgender bills introduced in the Arkansas General Assembly this year. She is the Vice President of National Affairs for Integrity USA. She is a board member of Pridecorps, an LGBTQ youth center in Little Rock, Arkansas. An active member of TransEpiscopal, Gwen, also serves on its steering committee.

Session ID [277]
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