Francisco-Luis White is creating essays, discussions, and workshops.
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Francisco-Luis White is an Afro-Latinx writer, speaker, and consultant residing in the District of Columbia. White has presented at TEDxUMD, OutWrite, Fire & Ink: Witness, the Carolina Conference on Queer Youth, and the United States Conference on AIDS. They have been a keynote speaker at the 2017 Northeast Queer and Trans People of Color Conference (Princeton) as well as the 2017 Latinx Convocation keynote at Wesleyan University. In 2013, they were endorsed by Jill Stein and the Massachusetts Green Party as a candidate for Boston City Council.

As a poet White has been featured at Pete's Big Salmon Poetry Series (Williamsburg, Brooklyn), Busboys & Poets (Washington, D.C.), the You Can't Kill A Poet Reading Series (Philadelphia), among other events and venues. They have work published with Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Vetch Journal, and Lambda Literary Review. White was featured in conversation with other gender non-conforming writers for Winter Tangerine.

Thanks for supporting the creation of essays, discussions, and workshops concerning gender expansiveness and Afro-Latinx identity in these times.

Goals
2 of 200 patrons
At 200 patrons, I'll be prepared to launch my podcast and video series which will bring challenging conversations of gender and identity to new audiences in more interactive formats.
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Francisco-Luis White is an Afro-Latinx writer, speaker, and consultant residing in the District of Columbia. White has presented at TEDxUMD, OutWrite, Fire & Ink: Witness, the Carolina Conference on Queer Youth, and the United States Conference on AIDS. They have been a keynote speaker at the 2017 Northeast Queer and Trans People of Color Conference (Princeton) as well as the 2017 Latinx Convocation keynote at Wesleyan University. In 2013, they were endorsed by Jill Stein and the Massachusetts Green Party as a candidate for Boston City Council.

As a poet White has been featured at Pete's Big Salmon Poetry Series (Williamsburg, Brooklyn), Busboys & Poets (Washington, D.C.), the You Can't Kill A Poet Reading Series (Philadelphia), among other events and venues. They have work published with Beltway Poetry Quarterly, Vetch Journal, and Lambda Literary Review. White was featured in conversation with other gender non-conforming writers for Winter Tangerine.

Thanks for supporting the creation of essays, discussions, and workshops concerning gender expansiveness and Afro-Latinx identity in these times.

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