Upcoming Programs

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Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center

Sexuality and Gender Equity (SAGE) 1 Certification

 Wed, 9/9, 10/7, & 11/4 from 10-11:30 a.m. + Wed, 9/23, 10/21, & 11/15 from 1-2:30 PM

  SAGE 1 certifies faculty, staff, and student leaders/employees in understanding LGBTQ+ terminology and allyship. Other dates and times are also available by campus group request.

Out with Allies 

 Mon, 9/20 ; Mon, 10/18 ; Mon, 11/23 • 12-1 PM

   Participate in this monthly program for students, staff, & faculty focused on LGBTQ+ educational topics & small group discussions.

LGBTQ+ Alumni Panel

 Tues, 9/22 • 6-7:30 PM

Engage with five successful LGBTQ+ GU alumni to learn from their college experiences, LGTBQ+ community engagement, career advice, networking ideas, & more.

Lavender Mass 

 Thurs, 10/7 • 12:10-1:00 p.m.

A collaboration with Mission & Ministry, this LGBTQ+ inclusive mass offers spiritual recognition & support for LGBTQ+ members & allies on campus. 

 Calling In the Calling Out Culture with Loretta Ross

  Tues, 10/13 • 5:30-7 p.m.

Author & human rights leader Loretta Ross talks about how we can transform the calling out culture of fear into a calling in culture of justice & love in
order to build a united movement for human rights. This is a joint program between the Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center & UMEC.

LGBTQ+ Law Panel 

 Tues, 11/17 • Time TBD

After a historic decision in Bostock v Clayton County in which the US Supreme Court held that the Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects employees against sexual orientation or gender identity discrimination, just as many questions as answers surfaced. Law School & political science professors offer some answers & assess what this could mean for the future.

Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity (DICE)


Fri, 10/1, 11/5 •  Dance for the Soul • 12-1:30PM • HEMM 215 

  Stop by UMEC to listen to music, dance, and hang out with friends!

Fri, 2/7 • Film Screening: Tongues Untied • 3-5:30PM • School of Law Barbieri Courtroom 

  Filmmaker Marlon Riggs gives a voice to communities of gay black men, presenting their cultures and perspectives on the world as they confront racism, homophobia and marginalization. — A collaboration with the GU Law Library and the Center for Civil and Human Rights

Tues, 3/17 • Speak Up Series: Spoken Word with Kai Davis • 5:30-7PM • HEMM Auditorium 

  International grand poetry slam champion Kai Davis explores the intersection of race, power, gender, and sexuality.

Fri, 5/1 • Annual DICE End-of-Year Celebration • 12-1:30PM • HEMM Ballroom 

  Lunch provided!