UNCG Pride Month 2018

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All of our Pride Month events and details are listed below. 

‡  Students Only     |      ◊  Faculty/Staff only     |     ▼  ALL UNCG


Queer Clothing Drive – Donation  (‡)

March 26-29, Intercultural Resource Center, EUC 062

Donate lightly used clothing of all kinds! Clean our your closets while helping others find clothing that helps them express their most authentic selves. 


Trans Day of Visibility (▼)

March 26-27, EUC Commons

Come visit our table in the EUC Commons to learn more about trans, non-binary, and gender diverse identities, and find ways you can better ally and advocate! 


Queer Clothing Drive  (‡)

April 2-6, Intercultural Resource Center, EUC 062

Clothing Swap – an opportunity for gender diverse students to find clothes that make them feel most comfortable and authentic!


Button Making: Share Your Pride and Pronouns  (‡)

April 2, 11am-1pm, Intercultural Resource Center, EUC 062

Come make your own custom buttons and show your pride all year long. 


LGTBQ+ Lunch & Learn | It Takes a Village: Community Partners Working Toward LGBTQ+ Inclusion (▼)

April 3, 1pm, Alumni House – Virginia Dare Room

Facilitated by Dr. Brad Johnson

Health and Medicine. Education. Counseling. Advocacy. Fundraising and Grants. These areas and many more constantly affect all of our lives, but for LGBTQ+ identified individuals, these services become more important and may also present barriers to daily life. Come meet and hear from some of our community partners who are working toward greater inclusion for our LGBTQ+ citizens in Greensboro.


Queer Film Series: “Growing Up Trans”  (▼)

April 4, 7-9pm, EUC Phillips

Sponsored by Q+: UNCG’s LGBTQ+ Graduate Student Association.


UNCG Pride Month: Student Art Exhibition Reception

April 5, 6-8pm, Intercultural Resource Center (EUC 062)

UNCG Art students have created pieces related to gender, sexuality, and LGBTQ+ pride to display on our exhibit wall throughout the month of April. Join us for a reception to celebrate their work.


UNCG Pride Month: Student Art Exhibition Reception

April 5, 6-8pm, Intercultural Resource Center (EUC 062)

UNCG Art students have created pieces related to gender, sexuality, and LGBTQ+ pride to display on our exhibit wall throughout the month of April. Join us for a reception to celebrate their work.


Assemblages Symposium: Anti-Oppression Works (▼)

April 6, 10am–5pm, Elliott University Center

UNCG Women’s & Gender Studies Program presents their 4th annual research symposium, a conference dedicated to exchanging knowledges, building relationships, and engaging in meaningful conversation around systemic oppressions. Open to graduate students, undergraduate students, activists, and community members! 


How to Access Hidden Histories (▼)

April 9, 6pm, Intercultural Resource Center (EUC 062)

Partnering with University Libraries, learn from the perspectives of our University Archivist and an expert in library
science on how we explore hidden LGBTQ+ narratives and histories that often occurred under a shroud of necessary anonymity. 


“Saturday Church” Film Screening  (▼)

April 10, 7pm, Tillman-Smart Room, Shaw Residence Hall

Sponsored by Q+: UNCG’s LGBTQ+ Graduate Student Association and Housing and Residence Life


De-Stress Fest  (▼)

April 11, 12-3pm, The Fountain (Outside Moran)

Sponsored by UNCG Recreation and Wellness


Bayard Rustin Film Screening and Discussion  (▼)

April 11, 6-8pm, School of Education, Room 114

This film screening and discussion will highlight the intersection of race and sexuality, particularly in the context of historical figures. For the first part of the event, we will screen the film, “Brother Outsider,” a documentary on the life of Bayard Rustin, an activist and organizer
of the 1963 March on Washington who did not receive his due recognition because of his identity as an openly gay man.

Sponsored by African American Diaspora Studies and Women and Gender Studies


Sex Ed in the Dark (‡)

April 12, 7pm, Intercultural Resource Center (EUC 062)

Partnering with Planned Parenthood and Advocates Taking Action. 


Ashby Dialogue Symposium (▼)

April 13, 8:30am-12:30pm, EUC Cone

Visit the Ashby Dialogue website for more information!


Second Chance Prom (‡)

April 14, 7pm, EUC Cone

Sponsored by Campus Activities and Programs.


Intersections of LGBTQ+ Inclusion Among Communities of Faith, A Roundtable Discussion (▼)

April 17, 7-8:30pm, Intercultural Resource Center (EUC 062)

Join members of a variety of faith communities as we engage in a discussion around what inclusion of LGBTQ+ people looks like in these spaces, and how these identities intersect with beliefs, practices, and affiliations. 


LGTBQ+ Lunch & Learn | Sexual Health in UNCG’s LGBTQ+ Community (▼)

April 17, 1pm, Alumni House – Virginia Dare Room

Facilitated by Jeanne Irwin-Olson, UNCG Recreation and Wellness


Faculty/Staff Spotlight Workshop (◊)

April 18, 4-5pm, EUC Sharpe

Improving access and processes for gender diverse students across student services.


From Then to Now: UNCG LGTBQ+ History Panel (▼)

April 19, 4pm, Jackson Library, 1st Floor Reading Room

Join past alumni, current students, and an archivist from Jackson Library to look at the LGBTQ+ student experience at UNCG through the lenses of past and present. 


CommUNITY Dialogues: Sexism in Hip Hop  (▼)

April 20, 1″30pm, Intercultural Resource Center (EUC 062)

Learn more about our CommUNITY Dialogues!


Pride March with Confetti (▼)

April 20, 3pm, starting at EUC/Kaplan Commons

Join Confetti as they lead a march around campus to close out our month of programming centered around celebrating identity and sharing pride! 


Faculty/Staff Spotlight Workshop (◊)

April 23, 12-1pm, EUC Sharpe

Including gender diverse students in the classroom.


 

LGBTQ+ and Abroad (◊)

April 24, 5-6pm, EUC 062

Join us as we provide faculty/staff the opportunity to consider how we support and include students throughout the study abroad experience. This includes barriers marginalized students might fact, strategies when supporting students, identifying and responding to microaggressions, and raising awareness around intersecting social identities in general.

Partnering with Study Abroad


Lavender Graduation (▼)

April 26, 4pm, EUC Claxton

Lavender Graduation is a national event  held across college campuses to recognize the contributions of LGBTQ+ and allied students.