Lincoln LGBTQ+ Resource Center
Out to Lunch with Allies • 12-1PM
Mon, 2/3 (HEMM 201); Mon, 3/2 (HEMM 314); Mon, 4/6 (HEMM 314)
Open to all GU students, staff, and faculty, this monthly lunch and learn series include student-led roundtable discussions on an LGBTQ+ educational topic. Free lunch provided!
Tues, 3/3 • Film Screening: Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine • 5:30-7PM • HEMM Auditorium
This award-winning documentary explores the life and tragic death of Matthew Shepard through his close friends and family. The horrific murder of Shepard in 1998 is widely seen as one of the worst anti-gay hate crimes in American history.
Sat, 3/28 (7-9PM) & Sun, 3/29 (3-5PM) • Considering Matthew Shepard • Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center
Composed by Craig Hella Johnson and presented by his Grammy-winning Conspirare choral group, Considering Matthew Shepard is a musical response to the anti-gay hate crime that captured the world's attention. — Primary Sponsor: Music Dept.
Tues, 4/7 • The Laramie Legacy: A Conversation with Judy Shepard • 5:30-7PM • HEMM Ballroom
Judy Shepard draws from personal tragedy to promote a greater understanding of LGBTQ+ issues and empowers audiences to embrace human dignity and diversity through outreach and advocacy within their own communities.
Tues, 4/21 • Rainbow Representation: LGBTQ+ Inclusion in the Classroom • 5:30-7PM • HEMM Auditorium
Presenting on the importance of making LGBTQ+ books available to children and young adults, Dr. Craig Young equips participants with the ability to find, evaluate, and engage youth in diverse literature.
Thurs, 4/23 • Lavender Graduation • 4-6PM • HEMM 314
This annual ceremony honors graduating LGBTQ+ students and their allies for their achievements and contributions to Gonzaga University.
Diversity, Inclusion, Community, & Equity (DICE)
Fri, 1/24, 2/21, 3/20 • Soup for the Soul • 12-1:30PM • HEMM 215
Come for the soup! Stay for the company!
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