Panel & Discussion on trans*, genderqueer, cross dressing, & drag

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Other
A lunch with a lunch panel and lunch discussion over lunch on the topic of drag, trans*, genderqueer and cross dressing!
 
We will have five wonderful panelists there who will share their stories - we look forward to a great discussion!

2 weeks ago was Trans* Awareness Week, this Friday is Genderfük, you know what's in between?

 
A lunch with a lunch panel and lunch discussion over lunch on the topic of drag, trans*, genderqueer and cross dressing!
 
We will have five wonderful panelists there who will share their stories - we look forward to a great discussion!
Location: 

LGBT-CRC

LGBT Sponsoring Group: 

Nonviolent Action Amidst Violent Conflict

10:00 am to 6:15 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Conference

The Stanford Peace & Justice Studies Initiative invites you to its inaugural conference.

Friday, May 30

 

4 pm:  Keynote by Stephen Zunes, University of San Francisco

"Overcoming Repression through Nonviolent Resistance: The Ultimate Asymmetrical Warfare"

 

5:30:  Reimagining Violence: Peace+Justice Studies at Stanford, a 20-minute film by Cole Manley, '15

 

Location: 

various

Black Lesbian Bodies: Reflections on a Queer South African Archive

4:15 pm to 5:30 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Lecture/Reading

Nadine Lake is a PhD candidate and the director of the Gender Studies Program based in the Center for Africa Studies at the University of the Free State, South Africa. Come to this talk about violence performed on the black lesbian body and the expression of black lesbian sexualities in South Africa!

Nadine Lake is a PhD candidate and the director of the Gender Studies Program based in the Center for Africa Studies at the University of the Free State, South Africa.

Location: 

Cubberley 115

Art as Identity Drag Show

7:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Performance

Join Neal Ulrich and Brianne Huntsman (both Product Design majors) as they present their Arts Institute MashUp project, an exploration of drag queen performance and high fashion.

Join Neal Ulrich and Brianne Huntsman (both Product Design majors) as they present their Arts Institute MashUp project, an exploration of drag queen performance and high fashion.

Location: 

d.school Atrium

QuAD Event: 

Presentation Uncovering: A New Model of Diversity and Inclusion

4:30 pm to 6:30 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Lecture/Reading

In the inaugural event for its new Center for the Advancement of Women’s Leadership, Clayman Institute will bring together Kenji Yoshino, NYU Law Professor and author of Covering: The Hidden Assault on our Civil Rights, and Christie Smith, Deloitte Consulting’s West Region Managing Director and Leader of the Deloitte University Le

Please join us for an event and reception celebrating the launch of Clayman Institute’s Center for the Advancement of Women’s Leadership on May 21, 2014.

 

Location: 

Paul Brest Hall, Munger Building 4 – 555 Salvatierra Walk, Stanford, CA - Map

Parking: Parking Structure 6 - Nathan Abbott Way, Stanford, CA 94305 - Map

Spoken Word Writing Workshop & Open Mic (with Spoken Word Collective)

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Performance

Featuring performances by Spoken Word alumni Cam Awkward-Rich and Kyle Lee-Crossett.
A workshop focused on writing & sharing queer narratives i

Featuring performances by Spoken Word alumni Cam Awkward-Rich and Kyle Lee-Crossett.
A workshop focused on writing & sharing queer narratives i

Location: 

Kimball Lounge

QuAD Event: 

Community Feedback about Transgender Awareness Week

7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Meeting

Are you interested in sharing your thoughts about this year’s Trans Awareness Week events? We’d love to hear about what you liked, what you learned, what you felt was left out, and how we can do better in upcoming years. Snacks will be provided.

Are you interested in sharing your thoughts about this year’s Trans Awareness Week events? We’d love to hear about what you liked, what you learned, what you felt was left out, and how we can do better in upcoming years. Snacks will be provided.

Location: 

LGBT-CRC

QuAD Event: 

Trans Latin@ Narratives: A Panel Discussion with El/La Para Translatinas & The Brown Boi Project

6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Info Session
Other

A dinner panel discussion with members from two organizations dedicated to trans members of our Bay Area community. The Brown Boi Project works to build leadership, economic self-sufficiency, and health among young masculine of center womyn, trans men, and queer/straight men of color. El/La is an organization for transgender Latinas that works to build collective vision and action in the San Francisco Bay Area.

A dinner panel discussion with members from two organizations dedicated to trans members of our Bay Area community. The Brown Boi Project works to build leadership, economic self-sufficiency, and health among young masculine of center womyn, trans men, and queer/straight men of color. El/La is an organization for transgender Latinas that works to build collective vision and action in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Organized by: SSQL, La-Familia, MEChA, Latinos Unidos

Location: 

El Centro Lounge

QuAD Event: 

Intersections of Trans and Class Identity (with FLIP and TGIJP)

6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Info Session
Other

Come hear panelists from the Bay Area talk about their experiences of trans identities and class! Dinner will be provided.

Come hear panelists from the Bay Area talk about their experiences of trans identities and class! Dinner will be provided.

Location: 

Native American Cultural Center Lounge

QuAD Event: 

Advocating for Trans Youth in High Schools; Perspectives of Plaintiffs and Their Lawyers

12:45 pm to 2:00 pm
On/Off Campus: 
On Campus
Public/Private: 
Public
Type of Event: 
Lecture/Reading

Learn about legal issues that arise for trans youth in high schools. Plaintiffs from the US and Canada will share their experiences, as will local lawyers who represent youth facing these issues.

Learn about legal issues that arise for trans youth in high schools. Plaintiffs from the US and Canada will share their experiences, as will local lawyers who represent youth facing these issues.

Location: 

Law School 208A

QuAD Event: 

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