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Spring 2014 ACTIVITIES (Updated Periodically):

January 29 - February 2 - Group Trip to the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force's annual conference, Creating Change - Houston, TX (in partnership with the President's Commission on Diversity and Inclusion and MSU Alliance)

February 19 - QPOC: The Adversity of Diversity - 6:30 p.m. - Stables, Curris Center - Featuring Terrance Dean (in partnership with MSU Alliance and the Office of Multicultural Affairs) QPOC Flier

March 31 - Homocon: A Gay Conservative's View from the Trenches of the Culture Wars - 7:30 p.m. - Barkley Room, Curris Center - Featuring Jimmy LaSalvia, political strategist and founder of GOProud (in partnership with the President's Commission on Diversity and Inclusion and MSU Alliance) Homocon Flier

April 9 - Media Matters for Fairness - 8:00 p.m. - Barkley Room, Curris Center - Brief presentation by Out Racer Robert Scott followed by a panel of individuals representing different forms of media (in partnership with MSU Alliance) Media Matters Flier

April 12 - Celebrate & Support a Fair KY - 7:00 p.m. - 311 N 5th St., Murray - Annual fundraiser and celebration for the LGBT and ally community - Special guests include Dr. Laura Belmonte, Professor of History at Oklahoma State University and Judge Ernesto Scorsone, Fayette Circuit Court - General tickets are $50 and student tickets are $25 - Celebrate General Flier

April 24 - "Dog Sees God" Production and Post-Production Discussion/Reception - 7:30 p.m. - Wilson Hall - The Department of Theatre is producing this performance that deal's with a variety of serious issues including some pertaining to sexuality and identity. Following the production, LGBT Programming is sponsoring a post-production discussion and reception (in partnership with Gender and Diversity Studies and the Women's Center) Dog Sees God Production Flier and Reception Flier


  • Today's workplace, regardless of your chosen profession, demands an awareness of, and an appreciation for, the spectrum of issues related to gender and diversity.  If you are interested in studying more about this, we encourage your to visit our Gender and Diversity Studies Program and join their email listserv.


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