EFF At Home: Queer Optimism

Event Description

Wednesday, June 29, 2022 at 12pm Pacific Time

Join us for a discussion with LGBTQ+ activists, writers, artists, and tech experts to talk about the role of optimism in trying times and how to bridge the divide between online and offline activism. With special guests:

  • Kochina Rude, Bay Area drag performer and harm redux advocate
  • Chelsea Manning, network security expert, advocate for freedom of information, and online streamer
  • Tracee McDaniel, founder and director of Transformation Inc, activist fighting for the rights of unhoused people, HIV positive communities, trans people, and more
  • Charlie Jane Anders, renowned author of All the Birds in the Sky, Victories Greater Than Death, and more
  • Mistress Blunt, founder of Hacking//Hustling, sex worker rights activist and public health researcher
  • Daly Barnett (Moderator), EFF staff technologist

Stream Info

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This event will be recorded and available on our Youtube page. Recordings of previous streams can be found here.

Event Expectations

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