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Teré Fowler-Chapman

Creative Justice Youth Symposium Facilitator 2021

About Teré Fowler-Chapman

Teré Fowler Chapman (pronouns: they/them & he/him) is a black trans migrant—by way of Sonoran Desert, by way of Boot's Bayou. As a creative practitioner and educator, he has worked with thousands of community members nationwide on centering the needs of LGBTQIA+ youth and adults in K-12 education, universities, non-profit organizations, and prison industries. His work utilizes equitable practices and policies to liberate under-supported populations and foster social change. He is a National Arts Strategies' Creative Community alumni, a member of the Marsha P. Johnson Institute's 2020 Cohort, and a Rocky Mountain Southwest Emmy nominee. You can find his work in the following media platforms: Huffington Post, University of Arizona's VOCA, TEDxTucson, Tucson Weekly, Arizona Public Media's PBS & NPR & more.