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QueerFest III: Come Out Cal State @ CSU East Bay
Date Monday February 11
Time 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Location Details
California State University, East Bay Hayward campus

25800 Carlos Bee Blvd. Hayward, CA 94542


For more information on these events call 510-885-3657 or 510-885-3690, wwsa.csueastbay.edu/slife
Event Type Other
Organizer/AuthorTina Phillips
Emailtinarphillips [at] yahoo.com
Phone(510) 304-7881
COME OUT CAL STATE
Queerfest III


More than one event-- Mostly FREE!!!


Monday, February 11, 2008
LGBT ISSUES IN THE WORK PLACE Janet L. de Vries, Career Center Director, Casper College, WY. Explore how to find and work in welcoming environments. Sponsored by Career Development Center . Drinks and dessert provided. University Library, Biella Room, 12 noon-1 pm

Tuesday, February 12, 2008
CONTEMPORARY QUEER ARTISTS: OBSTACLES AND OPPORTUNITIES Queer, Trans, GenderQueer contemporary artists display and discuss their work. How does a Queer identity influence art-making? Hosted by Eric Kupers and the Department of Theatre and Dance. PE, Room 140, 12 noon-1:30 pm

MARGA GOMEZ LIVE One of America’s first openly gay comedians, seen on Logo Network’s Wisecracks” and “Laughing Matters.” To watch Marga’s videos visit: http://www.youtube. com/margagomezco medy. Sponsored by Associated Students, Inc. Free for CSUEB students, faculty, staff., $7 general public, ww.csueastbayticket s.com,
University Theatre, 6-8 pm

Wednesday, February 13, 2008
SAFE ZONE/ALLY TRAINING Interactive workshop exploring issues affecting LBGTQ individuals; ideas for creating a safe and open environment. Light lunch at 11:30 a.m.
Old University Union , Room 102 (downstairs) , 12-2 pm RSVP Alison.Bateman@ csueastbay. edu

OPEN MIC – CELEBRATING LOVE Featuring the voices of LGBTQ people and their allies. Safe space to share original writings and poetry. MC’ed by Susan Gubernat, Department of English. University Library, Biella Room, 7-9 pm

Thursday, February 14, 2008
QUEER SEXUALITY Tabling event, part of the Sexual Responsibility Fair, brochures, info about LGBTQ issues, dating, sexuality. Hosted by Queer-Straight Alliance (QSA).
New University Union , Multipurpose Room, 11am-1 pm

DV8'S "ENTER ACHILLES": MASCULINITY, HOMOPHOBIA AND TRANSGRESSION (FILM)
England's DV8, an all-male dance/theater performance company, takes a startling look at the dynamics of homophobia. Hosted by Eric Kupers and the Department of Theatre and Dance.
University Theatre, 2-3:30 pm

COME OUT CAL STATE Valentine’s social celebrating Queerfest. Food, fun, entertainment. Everyone’s welcome to come out, join in the fun. Hosted by Queer-Straight Alliance (QSA).
University Library, Biella Room, 6-8 pm

Friday, February 15, 2008
THE EDUCATION OF SHELBY KNOX Join us for an evening with Shelby Knox, a young activist, to talk about reproductive rights and her activism for comprehensive sex-education. Sponsored by Pioneer Heights , Planned Parenthood, and Student Health Services. El Dorado Hall, Pioneer Heights , 6-8 pm


For more information on these events call 510-885-3657 or 510-885-3690, wwsa.csueastbay. edu/slife

Sponsors: Associated Students, Inc., Alliance for Social Justice, Career Development Center , Counseling and Psychological Services, Department of Ethnic Studies, Department of Theater and Dance,
Diversity Council, Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, Freshman Year Programs, Kinesiology and Physical Education, Queer-Straight Alliance, Student Life and Leadership Programs, Student Health Services, University Police Department, Division of Student Affairs


Added to the calendar on Monday Feb 4th, 2008 11:05 PM
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