Queer Community Conversations: Expanding Language Access
Everyone has the right to safety, education, food, and shelter. Communication of those needs and being able to access resources to get needs met is a crucial step for migrants, immigrants, and survivors of violence. This segment will walk as through what language access means, why it is a basic human right, and what our community can do to support it.
- The webinar will also include:
- • Current rights and policies that support English as a Second Language and Deaf/Hard of Hearing communities
- • Why Language Access is a Human Right
- • What it means to work towards Language Justice
ABOUT QUEER COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS An online conversation discussing the work of organizations serving Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) that are intentionally bettering service for our LGBTQ+ BIPOC communities.