About the Workshop
Presenters: Ashlyn Adams (she/her/sir) and Wren Reeve (they/he)
For: Both middle school and high school students
Description:Are you an activist, or interested in activism? Whether you’re hoping to participate from home, online, outside, at work, or in school, we’re going to help you learn the safety precautions, community building and maintenance, and develop your own action plan with this workshop created specifically for queer and other oft-marginalized youth.
About the Presenters
Ashlyn Adams (she/her/sir)
Ashlyn is a Black and Indigenous queer disabled community builder, caregiver, and connector of resources and people. If you’d like to work with her in film, trainings, advocacy, food and climate justice, or youth and young adult services, she would love to collaborate to better our shared world.
Wren Reeve (they/he) Wren is a local Santa Cruzian spending their life advocating for folks primarily in Queer and Disability communities. Their published advocacy work and on-the-ground efforts led directly to social worker education, working with queer youth, and facilitating safe spaces. Wren spends his free time geeking out over music and hyper fixating on marine wildlife and comics.