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Event Series Black History Month

Queer Legacy of the Harlem Renaissance

A. Ray Olpin University Union, Ballroom East 200 S Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City

The LGBT Resource Center is pleased to invite the U of U campus community to join us in celebrating Black History Month by honoring the Queer Legacy of the Harlem Renaissance! From jazz music to paintings and poetry, we will be highlighting various modalities of artwork from the Harlem Renaissance throughout the day. We welcome everyone to join us in this celebration and education surrounding Black History.

Event Series QTea Talks

QTea Talks

LGBT Resource Center (Union 409) 200 Central Campus Drive, Salt Lake City

Come spill the tea with the LGBT Resource Center at our new program, QTea Talks! Every Tuesday at noon we will be serving tea and sitting down to connect and chat about a wide variety of topics that will be facilitated by an LGBT RC Staff member. This is a space for everyone to come in, enjoy and connect with community and friends.

Event Series Black History Month

QTBIPOC Poetry Slam

A. Ray Olpin University Union, Ballroom East 200 S Central Campus Dr, Salt Lake City

The Center for Equity and Student Belonging and The LGBT Resource Center at the University of Utah are excited to invite you to a special event to come together as a community to celebrate diversity, creativity, and the intersection of Black History Month and The Harlem Renaissance.

Event Series Black History Month

Dreaming BIB

Bill and Pat Child Family Community Hall (SFEBB - 7th Floor) 1655 Campus Center Dr, Salt Lake City

Come celebrate Black History Month with Black in Business (BIB) and the Business Student Government by joining a thought-provoking movie screening of Anita: Speaking Truth to Power, which highlights the life of Anita Hill. Connect with your peers, discuss Anita Hill's life, and enjoy dinner at this engaging event.

Event Series Black History Month

Blind Contour Drawing

Alumni Hall 26 South 2000 East, Salt Lake City

Join us for an afternoon of art and reflection. You will create self-portrait blind drawings with added color and texture to the image, to visualize the phrase “that everything isn’t as it seems.” Take the time to clear your mind, to reevaluate your external & internal environment, and how it is affecting your decisions.

BPOU Night of Legislative Advocacy

Virtual Event

Join the Black Physicians of Utah for a Night of Legislative Advocacy! This empowering event aims to amplify the voices of Black healthcare professionals, fostering positive change in healthcare policies. Engage in crucial discussions with legislators, addressing disparities in healthcare and advocating for equitable solutions. The evening will feature Maryann Martindale, Representative Sandra Hollins, and Dr. Richard Ferguson highlighting the impact of systemic issues on the Black community's health. By participating, you contribute to a collective effort to drive legislative change and promote health equity. Don't miss this opportunity to be a catalyst for change.