As marginalized people, often we are not given the opportunity to envision a better future. Join the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center as we cultivate, plant, and nourish your vision. We will provide arts and crafts, but feel free to bring items you wish to include in your vision board. Limited seating, so arrive early.
In our collectivist cultures, community care is just as important as self-care. Come by the APISRC to sing your heart out, enjoy boba shop teas with your choice of toppings, and be well together.
Pronounced as “cutie pock,” stands for queer and trans people of color. QTPOC Thursdays is a weekly gathering space for queer and trans people of color to ask questions, explore, and dialogue about gender, sexuality, race, ableism, politics, pop culture and so much more every Thursday.
Where do black trans women fit in the black community? This event will discuss the alarming rates of violence inflicted upon black trans women within and outside of black communities. A panel of students and community activists will shed light on issues and challenges encountered by black trans women.
Join the Department of Pan-African Studies, along with people affiliated with film South Central, for this special 25th anniversary screening. South Central is a film about the cycle of crime and gangs in 1990s LA that placed a generation of young black men in jeopardy. Directed by Steve Anderson, 1992, 100 minutes.
Join the Cross Cultural Centers and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies for a field trip to Laemmle’s Playhouse Pasadena for an evening screening of Dolores, a new documentary on the life and activism of Dolores Huerta. Signup starting Sept. 1 at 10 a.m., U-SU Room 306 for $10, which includes transportation and movie ticket. Departure time and trip information provided at signup. Participants must use transportation provided by the U-SU.