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Crisis, Creation & Covid: Re-Writing Queer Futures

Crisis, Creation & Covid: Re-Writing Queer Futures

Crisis, Creation & Covid: Re-Writing Queer Futures

Saturday November 14, 2020 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM

Description: Join Reading Queer & Lutze Segu for a Zoom-based creative writing workshop that re-imagines queer futures through the lens of crisis, social justice, and resilience. This generative writing workshop is open to the community and allies, as well as writers, thinkers and scholars.

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About Lutze Segu: I am a first-generation Haitian-American who was born and raised in Miami, FL which is the ancestral and traditional lands of the Seminole, Miccosukee, and Tequesta nations. My parents are fugees who fled the island of Haiti in the 80s looking for a life that had more dignity and opportunity. I am the proud product of the Miami-Dade County Public School System and graduate of Florida Memorial University the only HBCU (Historically Black College/University) in Miami. My different roles as an activist, social worker, organizer, and racial justice facilitator have all collided in a beautiful role I am now describing as a social justice doula. I am currently a doctoral student in the Social Justice Institute at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada where I study Gender, Race Sexuality, and Social Justice.

I have been theorizing on the internet for the past 10 years as a public intellectual and cultural critic on issues concerning race and feminism @FeministGriote on Twitter. Griot is a West African term for a storyteller. I create space for people to tell their stories and hear the stories of others so that they can be transformed. Social justice is my civic spiritual practice.


All Reading Queer events & workshops foster a community and culture of inclusion. Our events & workshops are open to the public regardless of one’s ability to pay, sexual orientation, gender, race and/or any other form of identification. However, all of our events are safe spaces for all queer-identified people and are designed to address the writerly needs of marginalized communities who have traditionally been denied a voice. We count on your donations to keep our events & workshops accessible to the public. Please support our mission with a donation upon sign up.


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