Students, Sodomy, and the State: LGBT Campus Struggles in the 1970s

Speaker Series

LGBTQ@VCU

Students, Sodomy, and the State: LGBT Campus Struggles in the 1970s

Thursday October 13 at 4pm Richmond Salons I & 2, University Student Commons, 907 Floyd Avenue Dr. Marc Stein Jamie and Phyllis Pasker Professor of History, San Francisco State University

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LGBTQ@VCU

Celebrating Forty Years of LGBTQ Activism at VCU

Forty years ago VCU’s first LGBTQ student group, the Gay Alliance of Students, secured official recognition as a student organization following a two year legal struggle. This year we celebrate that victory, which coincided with the bicentennial of the Declaration of Independence, as an important milestone on the path toward inclusion and acceptance for LGBTQ […]

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Billie Jean King

A Conversation with Billie Jean King

Thursday October 27 at 6pm Siegel Center If through her words and deeds one woman can truly make a difference for thousands of others in change-making ways, then that singular individual would be Billie Jean King. Named one of the “100 Most Important Americans of the 20th Century” by Life and a 2009 recipient of the Presidential […]

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HRC Speaker Series: Dr. Daniel Wildcat

September 8, 2016 “Exercising Indigenuity: The Role of Indigenous Knowledges in Healing the Planet” Dr. Daniel Wildcat (Professor and Director of Haskell Environmental Research Studies Center, Haskell Indian Nations University). Free and open to the public. No ticket is required. Thursday, September 8, 2016 3.30 pm Virginia Rooms C&D, VCU Student Commons

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HRC Speaker Series: Dr. Deborah McGregor

October 6, 2016 “Applying Indigenous Legal Traditions to Conceptualizing Water Justice” Dr. Deborah McGregor (Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Environmental Justice, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University). Free and open to the public. No ticket is required. Thursday, October 6, 2016 5.00 pm Globe 1030J, 830 W. Grace Street

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HRC Speaker Series: Dr. Clint Carroll

November 3, 2016 “Landscapes of Renewal: Cherokee  Adaptation and Environmental Governance” Dr. Clint Carroll (Assistant Professor of Ethnic Studies, University of Colorado at Boulder). Free and open to the public. No ticket is required. Thursday, November 3, 2016 5.00 pm Globe 1030J, 830 W. Grace Street

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