A road map developed by QTIPOC youth, to illustrate which resources and services are needed or lacking in their communities across British Columbia.

In January, 2017, the Urban Native Youth Association invited over 50 queer, trans and Two-Spirit youth of colour from across British Columbia to attend a forum in which they could explore and share what services are available, and what is lacking in their communities.  QMUNITY helped co-host the forum.

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Learn more about ways your agency or work can better support people of colour in the LGBTQ2S communities, who often experience intersecting oppressions on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation and other factors.

If you’d like more information on the forum, this poster, Two-Spirit programming and resources, and other programs offered by UNYA, get in touch with them here.