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MY QTPOC RESILIENCE GUIDE: DINNER & DISCUSSION

FRIDAY, SEPT. 6th 5:30-7PM PATTERSON LOUNGE (PA108U)

Join us for a fun-filled dinner for queer and trans people of color and their allies. Hear from current queer students, staff, and faculty of color about navigating life at Tulane.

 

BBQUEER WELCOME PARTY WITH OGSD- Fall 2019

TUESDAY, AUGUST 27TH 5-7PM AT SOHO QUAD (Lawn between Butler & Warren Halls)
OGSD & LGBTQ+ student organizations invite you to our kick-off dinner for students, faculty, and staff. Join us for great food, music, and community! No RSVP necessary.

Decolonizing Health

A talk drawing attention to the ways in which black femme and QTPOC living with chronic illness navigate a healthcare industry complicit in white supremacist power structures. 

This is an Audre Lorde Days Event and is free and open to the public.

In this dynamic presentation on justice, art, and activism, visiting scholar Alexandria Hollett will use her experiences as a public school teacher, community/labor organizer, and slam poet to explore how we advocate for ourselves and others in the face of institutional and structural harm. 

Learn how to read and navigate the various sections of a patent and patent application. Learn how to register a patent and how to conduct patent literature searches.

Guest Presenter: Stephen Kepper, Attorney. Intellectual Property Consulting L.L.C. Sponsored by Office of Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property

How have our mother's influenced our understanding of ourselves? How have we grown into or out of their legacy? This keynote examines how we both embody and reject the narratives of our mothers, using the personal narrative of writer and teacher Ashley Young alongside the writings of Audre Lorde.