Society & Culture
Moving Queer Visibilities into Identity-Sustaining Practices in CYC: A conversation with A. Longoria
In this episode A. Longoria talks about “identity-sustaining practices” in Child and Youth Care, education, and academia. They begin by asking how can/do queer, trans, IBPOC educators & CYCPs remain who they are within and across the spaces they work, so that practitioners and educators can help those they work with remain who they are. In response, A. Longoria discusses corporality, aesthetics, identity, and queering the norms of practice inside the classroom and out in the world.
To read the article this conversation refers to visit: https://journals.uvic.ca/index.php/ijcyfs/article/view/20343
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