We are happy to announce our invitation to submit workshop proposals for the 10th Annual National Black Trans Advocacy Conference!
The Black Trans Advocacy Conference provides thought-provoking and stimulating forum opportunities for educators of all disciplines and experience levels to share practical ideas and best practices that advance black trans equality and that are particularly focused on ending the disparities faced by transgender people in health, housing, employment and education. “If you want to learn or impact our Black Trans Community, you need to be at events where we gather and talk about our issues” (Monica Roberts).
The National Black Trans Advocacy Coalition mission is to help improve the black trans human experience by overcoming violence and injustice in the world through the power, value and love of all people.
Our Motto: “Become The Change You Want To See In The World”
Help us to achieve our mission and bring our conference theme to life with your workshop proposal!
We are looking for Mission Driven proposals to support our empowerment, advocacy, equality, professional development general workshops and trainings.
BTAC 2022 Conference Topics
General Education Track
Identity Development: Human, Spiritual, Race & Cultural, Gender Identity, Sexual Identity development topics
Holistic Wellness: Physical, Emotional, Social, Spiritual, Intellectual, Occupational, Financial, Environmental Wellness topics
Advocacy: Health, Employment, Education, Housing, Race & Gender, Media, Anti Violence advocacy topics
Equality: Health, Housing, Employment Law & Public Policy, Lobbying, Voter Engagement topics
Social Advocacy Training: Community education, community organizing, community Service, philanthropy, fundraising and Coalition Building topics
Mentor Advocacy Training: Structured identity development & holistic wellness based topics for mentors
Health Advocacy Training: Physical and mental health service access, education and public policy activism.
Housing Advocacy Training: Emergency, transitional, supportive housing service access, education and public policy activism.
Employment Advocacy Training: Job readiness, access, education and public policy activism.
Anti Violence Advocacy Training: Hate crimes, sexual assault, criminal justice education and public policy activism
Professional Development: Transgender Cultural Competency and Community Organizing for Health Care, Housing Service Providers,
Employers, Faith Community and Law Enforcement topics
Additional Presenter Information
BTAC Audience: We are preparing to provide free education and empowerment opportunities for 500 trans and gender nonconforming individuals as well as family, friends and allies. Target Audience: Trans*, Transmen, Transwomen, Spouses/Partners, Seniors 55+.
Course Offering: Approved workshops will be added online allowing up to 40 attendees to register for your course and the ability to connect with the instructor after the course has ended. General Workshop sessions are offered Wednesday – Friday 9AM -4PM.
Session Format: Approved workshop will be offered in 45 and 60 minute increments of course education.
Seating: Classroom style seating with table, chairs, projector and sound is prepared for professional development courses and/or available by request. Theater style seating for all courses either traditional or in a circle.
A/V: Audio/Video projector and screens will be provided as needed.
Evaluation: Attendees should be provided time to complete a workshop evaluation at the end of each session. Presenters will be provided the evaluations electronically after the conference.
Accommodations: Presenters are responsible for their own, lodging and travel arrangements.
Conference Registration: BTAC conference registration is free. Each presenter must be registered online on or before the March 1 deadline.
Proposal Deadline: Due to the limitations in space, proposals submitted prior to the deadline will be scheduled first. If you have missed the deadline, late proposals are accepted and will be considered as space is available. The deadline to submit presentation proposals is February 1.