Parent and Family Supports

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In January of 2016 a group of parents, educators, and youth came together in a local school district board meeting room to discuss gender diversity issues and concerns for the youth. In May of 2016 some participants from that group came together again through a UOTeachOUT community forum to connect with Portland based TransActive and to learn from Heffernan and Gutierez-Schmich about an elementary education approach to Welcoming Schools for gender diversity.   In preparing for the fall of 2016 the group is launching a Family Support Group for families with gender diverse youth.

Click here for more details.

Eugene Public Library – Art Display

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On Being Seen | Future Teachers Share Identity Mirrors


On Being Seen: An Identity Project

April through June of 2016 the student mirrors from the Identity Project will be on display in the COE Hedco Building.

 

Pink Prom

Pink Prom is a school district sponsored high school event supported and staffed by the UOTeachOUT students since 2013.

Pink Prom is an inclusive prom partnership between the Eugene, Bethel, Springfield and Cottage Grove School Districts to support the high school experiences of LGBTQ youth and their allies.

 

 

Out/Loud – ASUO Women’s Center Music Festival

outloudThe UO Women’s Center’s annual  
Out/Loud Queer and Trans Women’s Music Festival

Takes place at Cosmic Pizza on May 15, 2015

OUT/LOUD has grown from a small gathering in a student’s backyard to the largest queer women’s music festival in the Northwest. OUT/LOUD is a much anticipated annual festival that is well known among the queer and allied communities of the Eugene/Portland area.

Musicians from the UOTeachOUT BBQueer will be performing again at Out/Loud.4

More information can be found at http://blogs.uoregon.edu/outloud/

Mia McKenzie

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KEYNOTE: Mia McKenzie
The annual Lyllye B Parker Speaker Series

April 14th 2015
at 7:00 pm
In the Global Scholars Hall room 123
ASL interpreted, Wheelchair accessible

Childcare reimbursements are available for UO students through the ASUO Women’s Center. Please contact Lorena at 541-346-4095 or nontradwc@gmail.com

Sponsored by Alliance of Graduate Students for Diversity, ASUO, Ethnic Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, Multicultural Center, Rehearsals for Life, The Office of the Vice President of Student Life, Office of the Dean of Students, CALC, Human Rights Commission, University Housing