The Queer Asian Pacific Islanders (QAPI) Discussion Group, an exclusive group for QAPI-identified individuals, explores the distinctive intersection between race and sexuality, and provides a safe space for QAPI’s to discuss their unique experiences and learn about the pertinent issues within their community. This week’s discussion will explore the historical background of queers in various [...]
UF Social Justice has a really exciting event coming up this semester. Tuesday, December 1, they will be hosting Tunnel of Oppression at 6 p.m. in the Broward Basement.There will be food, activities, as well as special guests.
This event will include six student panelists representing several major religious groups on campus. The panelists will discuss their experiences with the intersection of gender and their religion. Their target audience is individuals of varying gender and sexual identities as well as faiths. They hope to bring together a diverse sample of the UF population [...]
Come have fun while putting your world trivia knowledge to the test for International Education Week on Friday, November 20 at 3 p.m. at the Hub. Teams will have a chance to compete for the title of International Trivia Champions.
The competition games will include subjects such as currency, geography, languages, flags, culinary, and more.
To sign [...]
Please join UF’s Education College Council and College of Education, in partnership with the River Phoenix Center for Peace Building, Peace4Gainesville, Alachua County Public Schools, PACE Center for Girls, UF’s Center for the Study of Race and Race Relations, Center on Children and Families, The Bob Graham Center, and Florida Society for the Social Sciences [...]
HIspanic-Latinx Queers is a discussion group for Hispanic/Latinx identifying queer individuals who are seeking a safe space where they can discuss the intersectionalities of being Hispanic/Latinx and Queer, along with issues surrounding their communities.
Join Hispanic-Latino Affairs and LGBT Affairs Monday November 9 at 5 p.m. in the Rainbow Room in Peabody Hall.
Asian Pacific Islander American Affairs will host Sahra Vang Nguyen as a part of Women’s Empower Hour, an event series that strives to support women and create solidarity within our communities. Sahra will be sharing her vast skill set and experiences as a writer, artist, entrepreneur and an Asian American woman during this special two [...]
LGBT Affairs hosts the next lunch series on November 5, Thursday at 11:45 a.m. to 12:35 p.m. in Peabody 408.
They use the word “heritage” in order to avoid the underlying assumption that race is biological. This event will allow for participants to actively engage in dialogue oriented towards those of mixed heritage and queer identity. [...]
On November 4, Asian Pacific Islander American (APIA) Affairs and Black Affairs from the Multicultural Diversity and Affairs will host a forum on the reality of interracial dating and relationships.
A few of the topics we will cover includes:
Stigmas and gaps between Blacks and Asians as well as stereotypes they face
Historical context behind the relationship between [...]
Hispanic-Latinx Queers is a discussion group for Hispanic/Latinx identifying queer individuals who are seeking a safe space where they can discuss the intersectionalities of being Hispanic/Latinx and Queer, along with issues surrounding their communities.
Join them Monday, November 2 at 5 p.m. at the Rainbow Room located in Peabody Hall.