Embrace Your Identity Week

Embrace Your Identity Week | October 19-23, 2020

It’s LGBTQIQA History Month and the Multicultural Center is excited to host a week of events to celebrate! Join us for our “Embrace Your Identity Week!” As we move through the week, we want our LGBTQIQA students to appreciate all of their identities and continue the journey of understanding how LGTBQIQA identities work in tandem with other identities! It’s a time to celebrate, so join us!

National LGBT Center Awareness Day
Monday, October 19| 12 – 2 p.m.
Student Center East, Suite 206
Join us for your favorite beverages, desserts, and KARAOKE as we celebrate the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center!
My Language Matters: Understanding the ABC’s of LGBTQ+ and Advocacy for Inclusivity
Tuesday, October 20 |12 – 1 p.m.
Panelists: Linzy Barnett, LCSW & Sex Therapist
Justine Ingram, Southern AIDS Coalition Program Manager
Joey Hesskamp, Student & Activist
Richard Hutchinson, Executive Director of He Is Valuable, Inc.
WebEx Events
Listen to Queer identified panelists discuss why language matters when discussing and advocating for Queer identities. This will be a virtual event!
Join Talk Tuesday Here!
International Pronouns Day
Wednesday, October 21 |All Day
Join us on Instagram! On our Instagram post, talk to us and our Georgia State community on why the usage of pronouns are important to your identity and existence! The more we know, the more we grow!
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Feature Film: Tell It to the Bees
Thursday, October 22 |12 – 2:30 p.m.
Microsoft Teams
In 1952 Dr. Jean Markham returns to her Scottish hometown to take over her late father’s medical practice. She soon becomes ostracized by the community when she begins a passionate romance with a woman who has a young son.
Watch “Tell It to the Bees”
“Real Talk About LGBTQIAP,” Tara Coyt
Friday, October 23|1-3 p.m.
Microsoft Teams
“Real Talk About LGBTQIAP” is a sincere conversation about the who, what, when, how, and why of human sexuality, gender identity, and biological sex. Join Tara Coyt and the Multicultural Center for this dynamic book presentation!
Join “Real Talk About LGBTQIAP”