The College at Brockport’s 14th Annual Diversity Conference

Event Title

Respecting LGBTQ Needs on Campus, In the Community and Globally (Panel Discussion)

Description

This panel discussion, featuring Keynote speaker Wade Davis, activist and filmmaker Evelyn Bailey, student activist Lucky Summer Light, and Dean of the School of Education and Human Services Doug Scheidt, will address a range of contemporary political and social Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Allies and Pansexual (LGBTQQIAAP) issues facing local, regional, and national communities. Our speakers bring a range of experiences and knowledge to bear on questions of the process of historical change; diverse and divergent needs within LGBTQ communities; the politics of intersectionality; best practices for raising funds, awareness, and support; and relations between local campus needs and those of the broader community and nation.

Presenter(s)

Moderator:

Megan Obourn, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of English, The College at Brockport

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Oct 2nd, 11:00 AM Oct 2nd, 12:15 PM

Respecting LGBTQ Needs on Campus, In the Community and Globally (Panel Discussion)

Seymour College Union, Ballroom West

This panel discussion, featuring Keynote speaker Wade Davis, activist and filmmaker Evelyn Bailey, student activist Lucky Summer Light, and Dean of the School of Education and Human Services Doug Scheidt, will address a range of contemporary political and social Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, Allies and Pansexual (LGBTQQIAAP) issues facing local, regional, and national communities. Our speakers bring a range of experiences and knowledge to bear on questions of the process of historical change; diverse and divergent needs within LGBTQ communities; the politics of intersectionality; best practices for raising funds, awareness, and support; and relations between local campus needs and those of the broader community and nation.