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SPCL 3000 LGBTQ Youth in Educational Contexts (Greytak)

Prof. Emily Greytak OER

4/4 THURSDAY APRIL 4, 2024 Blueprint for Solidarity: Black, Latinx, and Asian American Freedom Struggles

In person, on campus event: Blueprint for Solidarity: Black, Latinx, and Asian American Freedom Struggles

The panel will explore lessons to be learned from Black, Latinx, and Asian American freedom struggles. 

Thursday April 4, 2024, 11:00 PM to 12:30 PM
Woody Tanger Auditorium, Brooklyn College Library

Diane C. Fujino, Professor of Asian American Studies, University of California at Santa Barbara
Max Krochmal, Professor of U.S. History and Director of Justice Studies at the University of New Orleans 
Genesis Lara, Assistant Professor, Afro-Latino Studies, Department of Chicano/Latino Studies at the University of California, Irvine 
Paul Ortiz, Professor of History and Director of the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program at the University of Florida; Robert L. Hess Scholar 2023-24
Jeanne Theoharis, Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Brooklyn College

BC LGBTQ Resource Center

Working With Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Communities 

April 17th,1230pm-2pm in person, on campus
This workshop creates awareness that transgender New Yorkers face discrimination in all areas covered by the City Human Rights Law and that they must be treated with dignity and respect. The workshop covers protections under the City Human Rights Law, briefly addresses federal and state law, and reviews in detail correct terminology when addressing the LBGTQI community. Presented by Human Rights Law Overview conducted by the Human Rights Commission in conjunction with Student Affairs and We Stand Against Hate.

3/22 CUNY LGBTQI+ Student Conference

3/22, 9:30am-6:0oopm CUNY LGBTQI+ Student Conference Here, There, & Everywhere at College of Staten Island (FREE in person event, but have to register

The third annual CUNY LGBTQI+ Student Conference brings together LGBTQI+ students from across CUNY interested in learning more about leadership and creating change on our campuses and broader communities. What does leadership for social change look like? What does an inclusive CUNY look like? The conference encompasses workshops, a keynote address, and most importantly, bringing together Queer & Trans students, faculty, staff, and allies. CUNY students, faculty, staff, and alumni are invited to attend.

3/20 - Panel on LGBTQ/DEI Policies

March 20, 3-4:15pm ET - virtual FREE panel
Out in Higher Education Despite Anti-LGBTQ/DEI Policies from Point Foundation. Registration Required