Silence is Violence: 
Be An Ally to Intersectionality 

With
Brandon Randall


It is important to discuss the concepts of Privilege and Allyship within marginalized communities. This session focuses on understanding intersectionality and utilizing one's voice to speak out against racism, intolerance, and inequity.

Brandon Randall is an Educator for Indianapolis Public Schools. He has worked in the Juvenile Justice, Education, and Non-profit fields, committing himself to youth advocacy and equity education.


United By Words

With
Tatjana Rebelle




The stories of our LGBTQ+ community is often lost amongst the masses, but it has been our voices that have stood the test of time. In this workshop, we'll look at some leading poets/writers of the past. As well as learn how to use spoken word to find and speak our own truth.

Tatjana Rebelle is the founder of VOCAB, an all inclusive spoken word/live music/open-mic monthly. For the past ten years, she has used spoken word to be vocal about being a bisexual, biracial and binational cis/woman living in Indiana.


Conspirators

With 
Michelle Jordan




This breakout session will interactively attack race head on. We will center the following topics: 1."dual citizenship" as a QPOC 2. allyship from all aspects of these intersects with the understanding that we are all ally's to something 3. racial microaggressions with in the LGBTQIA communities.

Michelle Jordan is a black queer community activist and founder of MelaNation, a community based organization focused on creating safe spaces for queer people of color. Michelle believes revolution looks a lot of ways.


Being a Community Solutionary

With
Jill Gordon




Let’s explore what it means to be a Solutionary, a person who uses their talents and passions to create solutions to the problems you identify within your communities. This workshop will use discussion and hands-on exploration to help identify your own leadership style and the community needs that are the most important in your lives.

Jill Gordon serves as the Program Director and primary contact for the Youth Philanthropy Initiative of Indiana (YPII). Jill is passionate about lifelong learning, community collaboration, and empowering young people to take action and make a difference!


Twine

With 
Maven!


Share Ur Story Through a Video Game! Learn a game development platform to create story-building video games. No tech experience needed just your queer story and willingness to learn a gaming development program. Twine will help capture your story and bring it to life through a video game development tool.


Social Media & Queer Identities

With
Maven!


Join us for a discussion on how technology impacts queer lives through social media apps like Tumblr, Instagram, Kik and others. What are the impacts on a developing a youth identity with the tech tools of today. Does social media create your identity? Is your online personality more important than your authentic self? Is catfishing a way to explore your identity?



Out In Tech Panel

With
Maven!


Ever thought about exploring a career in tech? Meet LGBT+ Tech Professionals through a speed round table discussion on tech careers. Developers, Artist, Marketing Gurus, Project Managers and other professions will talk candidly on what life is like being out and working in the tech industry.


Safe Glam 

With
Brandon Hough


The workshop is an enhancement of beauty through your self-image. We will be applying simple steps to improve your self-esteem for a new and better you!

I like to think of myself as someone who is strong spirited. I love to touch peoples hearts and love it when i'm told i'm very inspiring. I'm a very good listener and I love to give good advice.

 
The Trevor Project

With
Forester Financial



To be Updated Soon


ENBY Life 

With
Myranda Warden



To be Updated Soon


Silent Words

With
ISD Youth



To be Updated Soon


Roots/Leaves

With
Elle and Victoria
To be Updated Soon