HASINA JUMA

Hasina is an advocate, educator and motivational speaker who is boldly raising awareness about bisexual people of colour. This is a group that is invisible in Canadian communities of colour, especially the South Asian and Muslim communities, as well as marginalized within the LGBTQ2 community and society. She uses her own lived experience to provide resources, tools, and support for Bisexual people of color and their families. Her followers find her work as honest, insightful, inspiring and thought-provoking! Image by Carmen Bachez.

Read about how Hasina embraced her sexual orientation as her superpower

FOCUS OF ADVOCACY WORK

Offering a variety of services including

SPEAKER

Inspiring others to thrive in life by embracing their bisexuality and highlighting complexities that LGBTQ2+ people of colour face.

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SNAZZY INFOGRAPHICS

Visually stunning documents catered to the people of colour context and on a variety of topics such as the 11 steps to coming out, things for LGBTQ2+ to consider before coming out or false beliefs faced by bisexual people of colour.

 

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CHAI AND CHAT INTERVIEW SERIES

Igniting change through empowering conversations on hot topic issues related to bisexual people of colour and/or LGBTQ2+ people of colour.

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BLOG

Real conversations about the reality of finding spaces of belonging when your face discrimination not only within the LGBTQ2+ community, but also in society, religious communities and ethnic communities.

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WORDS OF WISDOM

Thought provoking statements to raise awareness about LGBTQ2+ people of colour.

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MEDIA COVERAGE

Sharing her story with mainstream media outlets and popular podcast series as way to effectively raise awareness not only about bisexual people of colour, but also LGBTQ2+ people of colour.

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WHAT THEY SAY

Letting people speak for us.

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Bisexual Person of Colour Living in Canada

I’m a bisexual Muslim Arab and I’ve always struggled with my queerness and my religion. A while ago I tried to reach out to LGBTQ+ Muslims and/or POC on some Facebook groups, but couldn’t find any…Your blog/website is a great resource.

Heterosexual South Asian Living in the U.S.

Your advocacy will continue to break ground, empower others to embrace their own identities, and create opportunities for others to be more affirming.

Closeted LGBTQ2+ Person

Seeing you was soul saving. For the first time in my life I saw someone who is a person of colour and LGBTQ2+.

NEW POSTS

Giving readers something to talk about.

NEW INTERVIEWS

Breaking down complexities through conversations.