Creating Accomplices Workshop Applicable to Everyone
The GLBT Center’s workshop, “Creating Accomplices: Supporting Queer and Transgender Student of Color” educates participants about the challenges intersectional communities face, and how we can work to overcome them.
GLBT Students and Allies Can Sign Up for Pride Celebration
GLBT students and allies will pile into vans on Saturday, September 29, 2018, to attend the annual pride event on Duke University’s East Campus.
#MeToo or #MeWho? Visibility and Representation in the #MeToo Movement
While the #MeToo hashtag exploded on the scene in October 2017 in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandal, it was not until several days and weeks later that the true origin story of #MeToo reached the same audience.
GLBT Advocate Program’s Lunch & Learn Series Gears Up for Spring Semester
Fall 2017 saw the launch of the GLBT Advocate Program's Lunch & Learn Series. Hosted monthly, this series of workshops provided faculty and staff with opportunities to engage in conversation and further develop their skills around implementing intersectional social justice strategies in the classroom. This semester’s Lunch & Learn topics will explore ways to utilize privilege to dismantle oppressive systems and advocate for marginalized communities, strategies to foreground intersectionality into work with students and how to engage in service opportunities without evoking the “White savior complex.”
GLBT Center Launches Social Justice Cohort
The GLBT Center has launched a new program to provide space for intersectional social justice education. The Social Justice Cohort will run for one semester and bring together a group of dedicated individuals interested in exploring concepts of race, gender, sexuality, ability, age, religion, social justice, privilege, power and oppression as they overlap and intersect within society.