Bittersweet Dreams, a semi-autobiographical monologue, tells the story of a young girl, the childhood she never had and how she overcomes pain to find prosperity and serenity.
Join us for a mixer for LGBTQIA+ identified undergraduate and graduate students. Queer faculty and staff mentors are welcome, too!
Learn foundational information about sex, gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation. Examine your knowledge and beliefs and begin critiquing systems that are harmful to LGBTQIA+ people. Register online on the training webpage. The location of the event will be shared with those who register in advance.
Join activists from the community and academia for a circle dialogue about community issues, resistance, indigeneity, resiliency and love.
Join us for free popcorn, games and great music in the Pit! Hang out with old friends or make some new ones.
Myisha Cherry, a philosophy professor at UC Riverside, headlines this annual feminist endowed lecture. Professor Cherry’s research interests lie at the intersection of moral psychology, social and political philosophy and the political emotions of race, justice, manipulation, white privilege and community and police relations.