LGBTQ Allyship Intergenerational Project

2014 LGBTQ Intergenerational Conference

Where have we been, Where are we going: an exploration of Money, Power, Health and History in the LGBTQ community.

On September 28th Allyship is hosting our first LGBTQ Intergenerational Conference.  The conference is free – but we are accepting donations from $5 to $25 to offset the costs. No one will be turned away for lack of donation. To register please click here!

This conference is wheelchair accessible and open to participants of all ages. Children are welcome but childcare will not be provided. The Student Center is fragrance free.

Registration begins at 9am. Lite breakfast served in the LGBTQ Lounge, courtesy of Mighty-O Donuts! Please bring your own lunch. Lunch will not be provided. A list of nearby restaurants can be found Restaurants!


9:30am First Round of Workshops: (for workshop descriptions click here)

Title: Talking Across Generations, Room 210

Presented by: Jack Barker, Jo ‘Paradigm’, Symone Ashley, and Justine Winnie


Title: Take a tour of history Immigrant Rights, Racial Justice and LGBTQ Equality Timeline

Room 130

Presented by: Emma Moreno and Julio

Title: BDSM for Life, Room 160

Presented by: Norma Timbang, Kian Leggett, Kyle Czeh


(For Morning Workshop Descriptions click here)

11:30am Keynote Speakers:


Jewelle Gomez (click here for bio)

Nic Maskangsay (click here for bio)



1:00pm Second Round of Workshops: (for workshop descriptions for the afternoon workshops click here)

Title: From Education to Advocacy – Incorporating an Intergenerational Approach to LGBTQ Justice, Room 210


Facilitated by: Sabina Neem

Panelists: Alan Flores, Luis Viquez, Anne Henry, Scott Plusquellec from the Mayor’s Office and King County Council Member Joe McDermott


Title: Relationships: Polyamory and Non-Monogamy, Room 160

Presented by: Kristen Knapick


(for workshop descriptions for the afternoon workshops click here)


3:00pm Third Round of Workshops: (for workshop descriptions for the Late Afternoon workshops click here)


Title: Money Can’t Buy you Freedom: Or Can It?: an exploration of money and power in local LGBTQ politics, Room 210

Facilitated by: Norma Timbang

Panelists include: Debbie Carlsen, Seth Kirby, Marcos Martinez and Vu Le



Title: Healing Through Art-Poetry for and of LGBTQ generations, Room 160

Presented by: Symone Ashley Greene  and Joann Cathleen Roberts


Title: Ten More Good Years – a film screening, Room 130

Presented by: Travis Taylor


(for workshop descriptions for the Late Afternoon workshops click here)


Please register today! Interested in volunteering on the day of? Please email Sarah Jen at


You can also find more information at our Facebook Invite here!

Help us promote! Download our 2014 LGBTQ Intergenerational Brochure here.

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