Conflict Resolution Clinics @ Community Boards
With Leeland West
June 30, 5:30-7:30pm PDT | Online | Limited spaces | 2 MCLE
Many of us have been exposed to words and ideas about gender that are new to us, but the expanse of gender beyond the woman-man binary is old. How might we think about gender in ways that increase our joys, connections, and freedoms?

Leeland West's workshop will review basic concepts related to gender diversity, discuss the legacy of colonialism and the gender binary, and practice self-exploration through the lens of gender.

During his workshop, Leeland will:
  • Review basic concepts and terminology related to gender diversity.
  • Discuss how colonial histories created the woman-man gender binary.
  • Practice self-exploration and disclosure around gendered experiences.
Leeland West
Leeland West (he/him) is a change-maker in pursuit of the fullest and most freely, intimately connected versions of ourselves and our worlds. He has over ten years experience in community and political organizing, including work with educational access, public policy reform, and youth leadership development. After working on a series of local and state-wide political campaigns, Leeland has been a consultant, facilitator, and trainer in higher education, health care, anti-violence, and other non-profit organizations.
Leeland serves as clerk for the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition that works to ensure the wellbeing, safety, and lived equity of all trans, nonbinary, and gender expansive community members in Massachusetts. He serves as a dorm parent for the Walnut Hill School for the Arts. Leeland cultivates joy in building community, swimming the open waters, and spending afternoons in tall, old forests.
This course is approved by the State Bar of California for 2 MCLE credits for the Recognition and Elimination of Bias in the Legal Profession and Society (provider #9323). $20 processing fee required.
  • Spaces are limited for this training. Register today!
  • Date: June 30, Thursday
  • Times: 5:30-7:30pm PDT
  • Cost: CB Members, $25 | Public, $45
  • Location: Online via Zoom