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The NY6 Spectrum Conference, March 23-25 2018, is open to all staff, faculty and students from all schools or institutions to educate about and for a diverse range of identities and experiences related to sexual orientation and gender. This year's conference will engage the main themes of art, networking, and community building in fun, meaningful, and intersectional ways.
Friday's Film showing is open to the general public, with no registration required.
Saturday's keynote is open to the general public, with no registration required.
We ask that only registered participants attend the meals, workshops and other sessions.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have a full weekend of events planned! Spectrum attendees and their student hosts can meet up beginning Friday, March 23 for a public screening of Miss Major!
documentary about the life and times of our keynote speaker, Miss Major Griffin-Gracy. This would be a great learning opportunity for students, staff and faculty! Topics that our workshops will cover include:
- The history of lgbt+ and racial politics
- Psychological impact of pronoun usage on personal gender identity
- Creating 'zines and underground chapbooks
- Building allies and community with song
- Resistance through feminist poetry, art, and literature,
- Storytelling and crafting your own personal narratives
- Open dialogue on self-care, love, and joy