Tagged - LGBTQ
‘50 Years Since Stonewall’ panel highlights LGBTQ+ history
“I would love to say that this won’t be a panel,” Perry said to laughter. “Instead, it’ll just be a little mimosa brunch, because there won’t be much to talk about other than just to celebrate.”
Gay Liberation Front
From the Archives: Larry Fine and the Empty Closet
“On the last day of Passover, I met, for the first time, a person who was openly gay,” Fine wrote. “As the sun set on that Jewish holiday of freedom, I set down a ten-year burden and was set free.”
Colleen Raimond: UR’s resource for all things LGBTQ+
Directing people in need to useful resources is a crucial aspect of Raimond’s role, one that has become important at a time when the social and legal landscape surrounding LGBTQ issues has become uncertain.
Diversity survey results reveal splits among UR community
The survey measured the inclusiveness of the University’s academic environment across eight factors—trust, appreciation of individual attributes, sense of belonging, access to opportunity, equitable reward and recognition, cultural competence, respect, and common purpose.