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Additional Events and Programs

Additional Events and Programs

Pride Night Performance of Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress - October 27, 2023

Pride Night Performance at the Children's Theater on October 27, 2023

Join Out for Equity, Saint Paul Public Schools' families, and LGBTQIA+ community organizations at the Children's Theater Company's Pride Night performance of Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress on October 27th! There will be resources and a post-show talk back. 

Tickets are limited. You may also purchase your own tickets using the discount code details below.

What: CTC Pride Night performance of Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress   Resources from LGBTQIA+ Youth Serving Organizations    Post-show Talk Back around LGBTQIA+ Youth Thriving   Who: SPPS LGBTQIA+ Families   When: October 27th, 2023   Time:  Evening, full details be shared when tickets confirmed   Where: Children's Theater Company in Minneapolis Institute of Art, 2400 3rd Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55404 (Google Map Directions | Bus Routes: 2, 9, 11, 17, 18 METRO D LINE)   Cost: FREE. Limited tickets offered through the Office of Equity, Out for Equity. Tickets will be confirmed by October 20th.   How: Request Tickets   More about the show from the Children's Theater Company: 

Morris Micklewhite and the Tangerine Dress
Morris likes lots of things: doing puzzles, painting pictures, pretending to be an astronaut, and wearing a tangerine dress because it “reminds him of tigers, the sun, and his mother’s hair.”

Playwright juliany taveras explains that “first & foremost this is a play about love and creativity, a story about authentic self-expression. Morris's story is one of freedom; of defying arbitrary (at times even violent) rules of who or how we should be; of being one's whole, radiant self."

The show runs October 10-November 19, and the PRIDE Night will be Friday, October 27. Reserve tickets yourself or for other nights through the Children's Theater Company's ticket website. Use code ADVENTURE for 25% off the regular ticket price.

Want to connect with SPPS Out for Equity more? Complete the Equity Request form or visit Out for Equity and the Gender and Sexual Diversity Parent Advisory Council online!

MPS Elementary Gender Resource Fair - April 13, 2023

MPS Elementary Gender Resource Fair

MPS Elementary Gender Resource Fair

Please spread the word about the Minneapolis Public Schools Gender Resource Fair on April 13th at the Davis Education Center in Minneapolis.

Dr. Angela Goepferd; An advocate and physician at Children’s Hospital will be speaking about supporting young transgender children. There will be a bounce house for kids, snacks, and many local resources centering transgender and non-binary children!

What? MPS Elementary Gender Resource Fair

When: Thursday, April 13th, 4:30 PM to 6:30 PM

**NEW** Location: Davis Education Center -  1250 W. Broadway, Minneapolis, MN 55411

Project CLEAR - 2020-2021

Project CLEAR Heart Image

In partnership with SPPS, RECLAIM! will be facilitating Healthy Relationship Clubs for queer, trans, and allied students online in 2020-2021! These clubs are non-therapeutic and do not require parent/ guardian consent for student participation. 

Students may sign-up for the virtual weeky meetings by emailing

In addition to the Healthy Relationship clubs, individual, group and family therapy, peer education workshops, and staff training are also available. For more information or to refer a student, please email

The Project CLEAR (Consent Leads to Empowered Affirming Relationships) supports queer and trans youth in the Twin Cities to identify, prevent and heal from sexual violence and unhealthy relationships.  

*This project was supported by Grant No. 2017-CY-AX-0005, awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.  The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.