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Sunday, November 5 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Reclaiming my OoT: How Gaming Saved Me from Compassion Fatigue

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What is Compassion Fatigue, and how did I find self-care in video games and gaming communities? We explore self-care through a trauma-informed lens, and how you can take care of yourself while navigating social justice movements and current events.

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Raffy Regulus

Client Advocacy Specialist, NYC Anti-Violence Project
Raffy Regulus (They/Them/Theirs) is an Afro-Latinx Non-Binary/Queer who has served the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) and HIV-Affected communities for about 10 years. Currently, Raffy works as a Client Advocacy Specialist with the New York City Anti-Violence... Read More →

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Johnathan Gibbs

Founder, Edugaytion
Johnathan Gibbs - Founder of Edugaytion, QPOC online personality blasianFMA, past panelist and moderator for Pax East (3 Consecutive Years), Producer for The Koalition, contributing editor at King of Reads and former contributing editor at 2D-X.com (now defunct). Talk to me about... Read More →
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Asia Lyons

Counselor/Advocate, NYC Anti-Violence Project
Asia Lyons is currently a counselor advocate at the NYC Anti-Violence Project and has obtain a BA in Psychology and currently in her MSW program at Hunter college. Asia has worked with the LGBTG and HIV affected population for over ten years. Asia has a dog named Emmy and enjoys playing... Read More →
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Mia Mikowicz

MSW Intern, Client Services, New York City Anti-Violence Project
Mia is a queer trans writer and Student Social Worker hailing from Santa Rosa, CA. Their pronouns are she and her or anything gender neutral. Mia studies Clinical Social Work at Hunter with a focus on Global Social Work Practice and working with immigrants and refugees. She aspires... Read More →
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Albert Taveras

Albert Marine Taveras (Pronouns: He/Him/They/Them) is a rising star in the LGBTQ Community, having been featured recently in ad campaigns with Nike and Milk Makeup, as well as having appeared on the View to discuss fluidity in sexuality, gender, and relationships. For two years, Albert... Read More →

Sunday November 5, 2017 12:30pm - 1:30pm EST
* Panels B - 5411