Support LGBT Studies on Giving Day, March 14

Support LGBT Studies on March 14

The Program in LGBT Studies fosters the study of the growing and dynamic world of LGBT lives and histories. Envisioning and working toward a world (and campus!) where every member of every LGBTQ+ community has the freedom to live with dignity, respect, and equal protection, the Program sponsors speakers, runs programs, and offers courses that explore queer and trans histories, theories of sex and gender, and the organization of social relations and kinship structures. Students investigate the lives, politics, and creative work of LGBTQ+ individuals and groups, discovering a historical context often brings a new understanding of themselves.

Scholarly engagement with lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer, transgender, intersex, non-binary, and two-spirit cultures remains more relevant than ever. The faculty and staff of LGBT Studies are committed to expanding the visibility and impact of our Program on campus and across our communities. Your donation will support our programming, research activities, and community-engagement goals.

Thank you for your gift to the Program in LGBT Studies!

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