Tretter Transgender Oral History Project interview with Raquel Willis
February 27 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Hosted by Cambridgeshire Libraries
Postponed to Saturday 27th February
Join us online for a watchalong of the Tretter Transgender Oral History Project interview with writer, activist and executive editor of OUT Magazine Raquel Willis, followed by a brief discussion. In this oral history, Willis describes her childhood, relationships with family, religion, dating experiences, and complex relationships to issues of passing and sexuality. In addition, she discusses her work as an activist and media maker, including her work as the host of the podcast Black Girl Dangerous, as well as her vision for LGBT movements that celebrate and centralize the leadership of Black trans women. Please e-mail Libraries.ReferralCentrefirstname.lastname@example.org to book your place and for details of how to access this online event.
The event is being held on Teams: when you receive the link from the host, you can join the meeting as a guest from your browser or use the app (on smartphone, tablet or desktop) if you already have it installed – you don’t even need to sign in, just tap/click on the link, type your name and join (if already installed, the app should open automatically, or if not, you should be taken to a link to “join on browser”).