Class Overview

Join Bea Lissima in learning about her experience as a queer woman of colour that often shares the realities of other racialized people, defined as Black, Indigenous and People of Colour including white passing and mixed race people, in the 2SLGBTQIA+ community.

In this session will explore the unique intersections of race and sexual orientation, including impacts on mental health, how white supremacy lives and breathes within queer communities, and how white folx can be accomplices in our continued struggle for rights and justice.
  

Sliding Scale Payment Options: This class is offered on a sliding scale. Please select the price that best fits your budget.



About the Instructor

Bea Lissima

  Bea Lissima (she/her) is a queer Filipinx performer, producer, and educator based in Treaty 7 land, colonially known as Calgary, Alberta. She has been performing in the burlesque community for 14 years and is a member of Cabaret Calgary, a local production company. She holds a BA in communications and a BEd in inclusive education; she continues to work towards living and practicing anti-oppression and being trauma-informed.