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Cleveland

June Book Club

In honor of Pride Month, June's rebel read is "Gender Queer" written and illustrated by Maia Kobabe. This award-winning graphic memoir is popularly known as America's #1 Banned Book is also a touching personal guide to understanding gender identity for all humans.

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June Book Club
June Book Club

Time & Location

Jun 23, 2024, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

Cleveland, 13015 Larchmere Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44120, USA

About the event

In honor of Pride Month, June's rebel read is "Gender Queer" written and illustrated by Maia Kobabe. This award-winning graphic memoir is popularly known as America's #1 Banned Book is also a touching personal guide to understanding gender identity for all humans. 

This summer we are meeting at Loganberry Books the fourth Sunday of the month at 1 PM in June, July, and August. Special guests always join us to offer personal insight into the books we read. And at the end, we eat themed snacks and schmooze!

June's special guests are:

Caitlin Fisher is an anti-capitalist coach, author, and podcaster on a mission to help people in the neurodivergent, disabled, and queer communities tell their stories through supportive coaching and courses about writing, creativity, and business. They are the author of “The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation" and host of the Neurodivergent Creative Podcast.

Daniel Basil Hamilton is a queer activist and scholar. Names one of Cleveland Crain’s Business 40 under 40 in 2020 , they are also recipient of the Ruth Barber Moon award from Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), where they earned their MPH and PhD in Anthropology with a focus on transgender healthcare after completing their BA in Spanish, Sinology, and Religion, from Baldwin Wallace University. Daniel currently serves as Director of Finance at the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland and is a member of the American Anthropological Association and the Society for Queer Anthropology.

JD Harrison is a Cleveland native who earned a BA of Philosophy from Case Western Reserve University and has done work in the community surrounding harm reduction, self defense, LGBTQ advocacy, housing and food insecurity, and racial equality. They have a passion for advocacy for multiply marginalized peoples which they currently pursue through their work as a case manager.

Even if you don't have the chance to read the book, we encourage you to pop in and participate in conversation. We promise you'll still get something out of the experience. 

Rebel Readers Cleveland lifts voices of diverse authors and explores stories of intersecting identities to build bridges between cultures and communities. Join us!

Sponsored by LGBT Center of Greater Cleveland. 

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