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LGBTQ Rights Post-Election: Protecting our Community

The results of the 2016 election have created fear and uncertainty about the legal rights and safety of LGBTQ community members. Learn more about what you can do to protect your rights after the election and how our community's legal organizations can help. Lawyers and community leaders present information about a wide range of legal issues impacting community members.

Speakers include:
Marsha Botzer, Founder, Ingersoll Gender Center, Seattle
Sen. Jaimie Petersen, State Senator 43rd Legislative District
Terry Price, UW School of Law
Judi O'Kelley, Attorney and Director of Leadership, Lambda Legal, Seattle
Cynthia Buhr, Law Offices of Cynthia F. Buhr
Elayne Wylie, Director of Operations and Development, the Gender Justice League
Lucy Sharp, Volunteer LGBTQ Legal Policy Analyst, Legal Voice, Seattle
Jorge Baron, Executive Director, NW Immigrant Rights Project, Seattle
Officer Jim Ritter, Seattle PD's LGBTQ Liaison
Knight Sor, Conciliation Specialist, US Department of Justice
Quita St. John, Criminal Defense Attorney, St. John Law Group
Jill Mullins Cannon, Cooperating Attorney, ACLU of Washington
Monisha Harrell, Safe Schools Coalition, Chair of Equal Rights Washington
Denise Diskin, Attorney, Teller and Associates

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