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Glbtiqq Symposium Meeting Minutes 11/16/2007, Joseph A. Santiago, Pankaj L. Ahire, Andrew Winters Nov 2007

Glbtiqq Symposium Meeting Minutes 11/16/2007, Joseph A. Santiago, Pankaj L. Ahire, Andrew Winters

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Center

This post contains the GLBTIQQ Symposium Meeting Minutes 11/16/2007; Pankaj L Ahire; Proposals 1. From someone in Library in Bridgewater – Deliver us: How censors target GLBT materials. 2. Woman Spirit Rising. 3. PFlag – Bonettis are chair for South county chapter. Coming out to your family. Coming Monday meeting. 4. Ron – prolific in writing about bi issues and bears. 60th Anniversary of Kinsey Report. Looking at Kinsey. 5. Sabrina at Bridgewater… Sociology Professor… Dynamics of discrimination. 6. Jodie Glass – Lifelines (Transgender groups). Group called “Women of a certain age”; Possibility of getting someone from athletics department to talk about ...


Equality News (Autumn 2007), Matthew R. Dubois Oct 2007

Equality News (Autumn 2007), Matthew R. Dubois

Equality News

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Equality News (Spring 2007), Matthew R. Dubois Apr 2007

Equality News (Spring 2007), Matthew R. Dubois

Equality News

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The Welcome Project Brochure 2007, Joseph A. Santiago, Kiev-Tuen Atreides, Andrew Winters Feb 2007

The Welcome Project Brochure 2007, Joseph A. Santiago, Kiev-Tuen Atreides, Andrew Winters

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Center

The Welcome Project is a diverse group of URI students, faculty, and staff organized to examine and address the climate for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning (GLBT) individuals on the URI campuses and beyond. The purpose of the Welcome Project is to affirm the dignity of all members of the URI community regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity/ expression, as well as to promote a safe, comfortable, and inclusive environment for all. The Welcome Project strives to identify and eliminate various forms of discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity/expression, and works toward developing a ...


Gender Matters: Making The Case For Trans Inclusion, Nancy J. Knauer Jan 2007

Gender Matters: Making The Case For Trans Inclusion, Nancy J. Knauer

Nancy J. Knauer

The transgender communities are producing an important and nuanced critique of our gender system. For community members, the project is self-constitutive and, therefore, has an immediacy that also marks the efforts of other marginalized groups who have attempted to make sense of the world through description, interrogation, and, ultimately, a program for transformation. The transgender project also has universalizing elements because, existing within the gender system, each one of us embodies a particular gender articulation. It is through this articulation that we define ourselves in relation to the gender we were assigned at birth, the gender we choose, the gender ...


'Remember Me?' The Life And Legacy Of Jean Byers Sampson, University Of Southern Maine, Joseph S. Wood, Abraham J. Peck, Mark Lapping, Margaret Ann Brown Jan 2007

'Remember Me?' The Life And Legacy Of Jean Byers Sampson, University Of Southern Maine, Joseph S. Wood, Abraham J. Peck, Mark Lapping, Margaret Ann Brown

Publications (Annual Event Catalog)

In April 1961, Jean Byers Sampson wrote to the director of branches of the NAACP notifying him that she was involved with establishing a branch in Lewiston-Auburn. Because Jean had worked for the national branch of the NAACP in the late 1940s, she began her letter with a friendly “Remember me?” It is a short, intimate phrase that characterized how Jean worked throughout her life. “‘Remember Me?’ The Life and Legacy of Jean Byers Sampson,” the third annual event of the Sampson Center, is a tribute to how one person’s life changed Maine.


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Equality News (Winter 2007), Matthew R. Dubois Jan 2007

Equality News (Winter 2007), Matthew R. Dubois

Equality News

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Stonewall, Polly Thistlethwaite Jan 2007

Stonewall, Polly Thistlethwaite

Publications and Research

This is a brief history of the Stonewall Inn in New York City's Greenwich Village, site of massive resistance to police harassment in June 1969. The Stonewall Riot immediately became a rallying point for U.S. gay liberation movements. The Stonewall resistance is commemorated by annual gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) protests and celebrations around the world.