Youth Programming


Diverse and Resilient Youth Programming works to create gender inclusive and affirming environments for all youths in high school and young people. We empower QTBIPOC to explore their identities, understand healthy relationships, make proud choices, promote resilience, & connect to peers and community through programming, mentorship, peer support, leadership opportunities, and career readiness.

Ongoing Groups:


Youth Empowerment Space (YES): This is a weekly in-person and virtual space that invites all youths who have an interest in LGBTQIA+ advocacy, social justice, and learning more about gender and identity. Youth programming is on Thursdays from 5pm – 6:30pm. Contact Tou, Community Programs Coordinator, at or text Tou to a confidential phone at (414) 242-0730.

Virtual programming is a more structured space for our youths to learn about various topics such as gender, identity, relationships, coming out, consent, student-led organizing, and more.

If you work with youths/students and would like to receive LGBTQIA+ 101 professional development training for yourself, classroom, or for your organization, please contact Tou at for more information.

If you would like to be a workshop presenter for our virtual youth meetings, please contact Tou. We’re looking for presenters to talk about gender, identity, healthy relationships, consent, student-led protests and youth organizing, and more!

For any questions or inquiries about Youth Programming, please contact Tou, Community Programs Coordinator, at