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Vancouver Celebrates Pride – SFU Experts Available
The annual Vancouver Pride Festival is underway this week, featuring a diverse lineup of events happening around the city. Celebrations will take place throughout the week and conclude on August 6 with the Vancouver Pride Parade, featuring more than 100 local community groups, non-profit organizations, businesses, and community members showcasing their support for 2SLGBTQAI+ communities.
The following SFU experts are available to speak on local Pride celebrations and related topics:
AVAILABLE SFU EXPERTS
Travers, professor, Sociology and Anthropology
Expertise: transgender issues, trans children and youth, sport and social justice, transgender participation and sport
Lindsey Freeman, professor, Sociology and Anthropology
Expertise: Affect theory, queer theory, social theory, sports
Note: Prof. Freeman is currently conducting research on the Women’s World Cup in Australia, please note the 17-hour time difference.
Jen Marchbank, professor, Gender, Sexuality and Women’s Studies
Expertise: LGBTQ2SIA+ youth & elders, interpersonal violence, trans youth, non-decision-making, gender
Travis Salway, assistant professor, Faculty of Health Sciences
Expertise: Social epidemiology, sexual and gender minority (2SLGBTQ) populations, sexual health
RAY SHARMA, SFU Communications & Marketing
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