The 16th Annual Philly Black Pride and Penn Relays Weekend Festival
2/28/15, 3/1/15 - 12:00pm
Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York
For two decades The Original LGBT Expo offers entertainment, educational seminars and a chance to shop 100's of diversity-supportive companies, products, services and organizations. VIP tickets include VIP lounge, after parties and custom show bag and tee-shirt.
Tuesday, March 3, Wednesday, March 4, and Thursday, March 5
7:00 - 9:30 pm.
Raptor Roost (located in the lower level of the Campus Center - doors open at 6:45 pm).
All groups leave from the Raptor Roost every ½ hour beginning at 7pm. Groups run every 30 minutes, followed by a 30-40 minute group debriefing with staff from Student Health Services. Individuals and small groups may sign-up on site, but groups (2-15 people) wishing to sign-up for a reserved time slot in advance should e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Tunnel groups are limited to 15 people.
What is the Tunnel of Oppression? A powerful, must-attend event.
and the Rutgers-Camden It Gets Better When... - Video Screening
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
6:00 - 8:00 pm
401 Penn (side entrance of Paul Robeson Library)
In honor of International Day of Transgender Visibility (March 31), CeCe McDonald will give a presentation at the Rutgers-Camden campus titled, “On Racism, Mass Incarceration, & Trans Liberation.” CeCe was a political prisoner incarcerated for defending herself against a racist, transphobic assault in July, 2010. Supporters and activists in her home state of Minneapolis, as well as others across the U.S., created a solidarity campaign to demand her freedom and were able to win her a reduced sentence. After serving a 17-month term, she was released in January 2014.
Tuesday, April 14
Rutgers-Camden Law School - Room 106
Please join Rutgers-Camden OUTLaws for a lunchtime panel on over-policing in marginalized communities. The discussion will focus specifically on policies or practices that target people who are transgender, low-income, and/or people of color.
In light of the recent tragic events in Ferguson, Missouri, and similar incidents across the country, our organization would like to provide additional awareness to our legal community on the effects and implications of law enforcement practices that target disenfranchised communities.
Panelists include attorneys specializing in this area as well as victims of certain police policies.
Please come join us! Lunch will be catered by The Bread Board Plus.
January 29, 2015 - 8:00pm
Rutgers Camden MPR
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