Proud Read Aloud: My Rainbow

Join Teaching Artist Lauren Melissa to read the book My Rainbow and learn about Pride Month!
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Proud Read Alouds

Creative Clubhouse Stories is celebrating Pride Month! Join us throughout the month for our Proud Read Aloud series, featuring guest teaching artists from the LGBTQ+ community!

Read My Rainbow with Lauren Melissa!

 

A Creative Clubhouse Stories Special Event!

Join Caitlyn for a special PRIDE themed Creative Clubhouse Stories class. We will explore the story Mama, Mommy, and Me in the Middle through theatre games, movement, and music!
 
Wednesday, June 29th at 12pm
Live on Zoom
Free Admission | Best for ages 3-8 | 45 Minutes
 
 

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About Lauren Melissa

Lauren Melissa Ellzey (she/her), @Autienelle, is an autistic self-advocate, educator, author, and social justice activist. Through writing and presenting, she engages across lines of difference, highlighting the inequitable systems that oppress queer, BIPOC, and disabled folks. Her work as Autienelle has crossed paths with the United Nations, Penn State, PINE Program (NYU), Reframing Autism, Out 4 Undergrad, Pima County Health Department, NeuroClastic, Cripple Media, AbleZine, Inclusion Festival, the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, and more. As an Instructional Support Specialist, she provides consultation and professional development on autistic K-12 inclusion. Her debut young adult novel, Boy at the Window, emphasizes the importance of belonging for queer, neurodivergent youth of color. In all, she hopes to co-create a society where autistics nurture autistics as we strive toward true inclusion.

Want to explore what LGBTQ+ means with your child? Learn your LGBTs with Lindz & Teddy over at Queer Kid Stuff!

Start a Conversation with your child about gender with NYCCT’s Start the Conversation series: Exploring Gender!

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