Storytelling with Drag Queens performs in North Vancouver

More than 250 students, parents and staff attended a night of storytelling and performing with a simple but important message last Friday.

Storytelling with Drag Queens was presented at Upper Lynn Elementary Nov. 15. The event, organized by the Upper Lynn Parent Advisory Council, invited the Storytelling with Drag Queens Foundation, made up of a diverse group of LGBTQ2S drag artists, to read stories and get the group participating in singalongs.

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The foundation’s mandate is to promote diversity and inclusion in literacy for children, teens and adults.

Following the performance, students, parents and staff were given the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about gender identities and gender fluidity.

 

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