The lineup of GLBT Advocate Program workshops for the spring semester kicks off on Thursday, January 19, 2017 with a “Project SAFE” workshop. This year’s offerings include both new and returning offerings to meet your educational needs. Choose one or all.
The spring schedule includes introductory workshops on “Trans 101” on January 31 and March 16, 2017 as well as additional “Project SAFE” workshops on February 21 and April 3, 2017. Specialized workshops available this semester include “What is Racial Justice?” on February 9 and “Recognizing and Responding to Microaggressions” on February 13 as part of Black History Month, “Not Driven by Desire: Understanding Asexual and Aromantic Relationships” on March 1 as part of Women’s History Month, “Sitting with Privilege” on March 29 as part of the GLBT Center’s annual Week of Action, and “Interpersonal and Sexual Violence in the GLBT Community” in April as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
All GLBT Advocate Program workshops are open to faculty, staff and interested community members. Participation in the GLBT Advocate Program is not required to attend any of the workshops. For more information about the workshops or to register online, visit GLBT Advocate Program.
Questions about the GLBT Advocate Program can be directed to Preston Keith, assistant director of the GLBT Center.