Transhood – Friday, May 20 at 6pm PT

Meaningful Movies Offered by The Episcopal Church in Western Washington and St. Timothy Episcopal Church, Chehalis are proud to offer an online screening of Transhood. Filmed over five years in Kansas City, Transhood chronicles the lives of four young people (aged 4, 7, 12, and 15 at the start of filming) and their families as they navigate growing up transgender in America’s heartland. By sharing personal realities of how gender expression is reshaping their lives, the film explores how these families struggle and stumble through parenting, and how the kids are challenged and transformed as they experience the complexity of their identities.

We’re honored, also, to welcome to our panel/community discussion The Rev. Carla Robinson, Canon for Multicultural Ministry and Community Transformation for the Diocese of Olympia, Director/Producer Sharon Liese, featured parent from the film, Debi Jackson, and Rural Youth Alliance Co-founder, Katrina Wulff.

Release Year: 2020
Running Time: 96 min
Director/Producer: Sharon Liese

Screening – Friday, May 20, 2022 at 6pm PT via Zoom
Panel/Community Discussion immediately after, 7:45pm PT

Donations will be directed to Rural Youth Alliance, a non-profit dedicated to serving SGD (sexually gender diverse ) youth in Lewis County, WA and beyond.

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Our Panel:

The Rev. Canon Carla Robinson, Sharon Liese (Director/Producer,) Debi Jackson (featured parent,) and Katrina Wulff (RYA Co-founder.)

Questions? Please email Sylvia Sepulveda.

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