Join us for a Pride Month virtual talk with author and transgender educator Alex Myers! 

Alex Myers, author and transgender advocate, discusses his work to help communities become more gender inclusive.

Alex Myers teaches English at Phillips Exeter Academy. Since coming out as transgender in 1995, he has worked with schools to help them support transgender students and become more gender inclusive. Alex is also a novelist, whose works explore gender, identity, and history. His novels include "Revolutionary," "Continental Divide," and "The Story of Silence." His most recent book, "Supporting Transgender Students" is a guide to help schools learn the basics of what gender is and why it matters in education. 

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Dive into Summer Reading! For each person that completes the 2022 Summer Reading Challenge, the Friends of the Arlington Public Library will donate $1 to support Potomac Conservancy.  Summer Reading is made possible through the support of the Friends of Arlington Public Library. Visit the Library event calendar to see all of our summer reading programs.

Monday, June 13, 2022
6:30pm - 8:00pm
Events for High Schoolers Good for Adults Age 55+ Good for Parents
Author Talk Book Club Lecture
Arlington Public Library
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