An Evening with Dominique Jackson

This is a past event.

From fleeing persecution as a transgender woman in her home country of Trinidad and Tobago to starring in television hits, Dominique Jackson has seen it all. After experiencing homelessness and rejection from her own family, Jackson has used her success to shed light on the challenges transgender women like herself too often face. 

Featured as a part of Blazer Spirit Council’s Blazer Way event series and a Queer Peer’s BlaqOut series, this event will transition us from Black History Month into Women’s History Month as we chat with the Pose star about struggles she has faced in her life.

Want a chance to meet Dominique Jackson during our post-discussion Meet & Greet? Participate in these other events this month for a chance to win a slot: 

Monday, March 1 at 7:00pm to 8:30pm

Virtual Event
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