It’s Pride Week at the U! In the spirit of this year’s theme, “Queeroes: Reclaiming Hero”, we are spotlighting some exceptional “queeroes” who share their personal queer heroes and offer advice for living as your true self.
A beacon of equality
The 50th anniversary of Stonewall is this week! We interviewed this year’s Pride Week Co-chairs on the development of the LGBTQ+ rights movement and the many queer heroes, or queeroes, that have emerged throughout its progression.
Book Talk: Lift Us Up, Don’t Push Us Out!
Join the co-authors of Lift Us Up! for a discussion on how parents, young people, community organizers, and educators are fighting systemic racism in schools and building a new intersectional educational justice movement. This event is free and open to the public. Learn about the book and the movement at: https://www.liftusupmovement.org/about-the-book
Celebrating 50 Years of Ethnic Studies at the U
For the 50th Anniversary of Ethnic Studies, we interviewed Dr. Edmund Fong, our Chair of Ethnic Studies, to learn more about the development, current culture, and outlook of Ethnic Studies on a local and national scale.
Charlene Carruthers, 2019 MLK Week keynote, reminded us all that one individual cannot make or break a movement. It takes a collective, tackling an issue together to make it happen. Do you want to organize a movement? Ask yourself these five questions…
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