Decorah Public Library is partnering with Decorah Human Rights Commission to host a program called “Understanding Personal Pronouns,” presented by Joshua Ratel-Kahn. The program will take place in the mezzanine at Decorah Public Library on Wednesday, March 29 at 6 PM.
This informational session on personal pronouns is a great introduction to anyone who is curious about why they’ve been hearing so much about personal pronouns recently. This event will cover the importance of pronouns, how to use them, what to do if you or another person makes a mistake, and more. A basic step we can take towards an inclusive community is using someone’s correct name and pronouns.
Joshua Ratel-Khan (he/they) is a Communications Instructor at Northeast Iowa Community College and a member of the Decorah Human Rights Commission. He is passionate about creating safe, welcoming, and inclusive communities to support gender diverse populations.
For more information about this presentation or the series, please contact Zach Row-Heyveld at Decorah Public Library – firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 563.382.3717.