From the Organizers:
In this session, we’ll examine the digital surveillance of transgender, gender non-conforming, intersex, and queer (TGNCIQ) youth, especially in light of the transphobic legislation accelerating at the state level across the country. What digital technologies may be used to criminalize TGNCIQ youth seeking gender-affirming care and their supportive parents? What strategies can TGNCIQ youth use to stay safe from policing on the internet?
Joined by Fight For The Future’s Evan Greer (she/they) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Rory Mir (they/them). Moderated by S.T.O.P Legal Director David Siffert (they/them).
Evan Greer is Director of Fight For the Future. She has been organizing hard-hitting political campaigns for more than a decade. A talented writer, she is a regular contributor to numerous publications, including The Guardian, Newsweek, and Time Magazine. Prior to joining Fight For The Future, she toured as a professional musician. She continues to create music and organize live music events.
Rory Mir is Associate Director of Community Organizing at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), coordinating EFF’s support of local advocacy groups. Much of this work is done through the grassroots information-sharing network, the Electronic Frontier Alliance (EFA). Prior to joining the EFF, Rory studied activist pedagogy and adolescent use of social media as a doctoral student of psychology. As a student, instructor, and researcher, they advocated for student and worker privacy, open science, and open education on campus.
Tuesday, May 31
6 pm ET
Online via Zoom
This event is organized not by EFF, but by S.T.O.P., a grassroots group participating in the Electronic Frontier Alliance. The EFA is a network of grassroots organizations across the country committed to promoting digital rights. Together, we're building a movement to promote freedom of expression, privacy, security, creativity, and access to knowledge.