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Initiatives & Programming

LGBTQ event posters on bulletin board

Pride Month

When developing the programs for the Pride events this semester, the IC and the Pride committee were intentional in creating programming that represents the multiple and intersecting identities within the LGBTQ+ community. Through a variety of panels and presentations representing multiple identities within the community, we intend to create a space for open dialogue for those within the LGBTQ+ and allies. By bringing speakers and current LGBTQ+ activists and advocates to campus, we aim to produce discussions relevant to today’s struggles within this country for the LGBTQ+ community. The overall intentions of our programming are to ensure students feel safer and affirmed within their identities, are able to explore those identities, and gain a better understanding of the history and identities within our community. 

Women's History Month

Women's History Month is celebrated during the month of March. It is a time to celebrate, honor, and reflect upon the remarkable achievements and contributions of women and other individuals throughout history. It is a moment to recognize the trailblazers who have shattered barriers, challenged norms, and paved the way for progress in various fields.

It is also a time to question womanhood as a concept - what does being a woman mean to you, to society, to lawmakers, and to others? How can we advocate for issues affecting women and individuals with marginalized genders? To address these questions and commemorate this important month, the GSC organizes a series of events and initiatives that aim to shed light on the incredible impact women and individuals with marginalized genders have had on society.

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