Author Visit: Ben Greene

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Registration for this event will close on September 7, 2024 @ 2:00pm.
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Join us for an afternoon with transgender advocate and educator Ben Greene as he discusses his latest book My Child is Trans, Now What? A Joy-Centered Approach to Support. In his book, Greene breaks the mold by offering a judgement-free guide to people across generations, from millennial parents to members of older generations who may not have had previous positive exposure to the trans community. Greene focuses on providing two key resources in this book: information and emotional support. He explains what to expect, what systems exist to support trans youth, and what loved ones can do to help.

Ben Greene

Ben Greene is a trans man, transgender advocate, and educator who has spoken internationally on topics surrounding transgender inclusion. After coming out at 15 in small-town Connecticut and giving a popular TEDx talk at Brandeis University, Ben has devoted his career to spreading empathy, education, and storytelling around the trans experience. He has spoken for companies, hospitals, schools, religious organizations, and government entities sharing what it means to be transgender and how to show up as an ally.

This program is co-sponsored by PFLAG


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