Seycove honours LGBTQ+ 'history makers' in special event

Seycove Secondary honoured trailblazers in the Canadian LGBTQ+ community Wednesday on International Day of Pink.

Social Justice 12 students organized the History Makers event, inviting LGBTQ+ advocates from across the Lower Mainland to voice their support, including local politicians, educators and cultural youth workers. 

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Guests were entertained by performances from Seycove's choir and senior jazz band, and heard from members of the school's Gender and Sexuality Alliance club. 

The Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity has partnered with Seycove (and other schools and organizations across the country) to showcase Canada’s 2SLGBTQIA+ artists and activists, and the matters that affect and inspire the community.

 

 

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