|Abeni Jones Self-Portrait|
Abeni Jones is a disabled, multiracial, trans woman educator, facilitator, artist, graphic designer, writer, and former middle and high school teacher based in San Francisco, CA. Her flagship workshop, “How to Take Care of Each Other: Community Care in Times of Crisis” was presented across the country throughout 2018, including at national conferences such as Facing Race, and Abeni is turning it into a book this year! During the day she’s a graphic designer and advertising professional for a Black history-focused nonprofit media company, and she also does freelance design work and workshop facilitation, and babysits a young trans girl. Read more about her at abenijones.net
Apply online by February 8 to attend the 3rd ¡Presente! Conference, a queer college conference for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) with a focus on people who identify as part of the Latin/South/Central American diaspora. The conference is presented by La Familia de UCR, Chicano Student Programs, and the LGBT Resource Center of UC Riverside.
The California Endowment, African Student Programs, Native American Student Programs, and the Highlander Empowerment Referendum help make the 3rd ¡Presente! Conference possible.