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RIP Doran George

*On Behalf of our Chair, Alicia Gaspar de Alba,   Given the situation with the fires and classes being cancelled today (12/7) we will be postponing the community alter for Doran George until early Winter quarter.   More details to follow.   Best, Alicia On Behalf of our Chair, Alicia Gaspar de Alba,   Dear…

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LGBTQ Studies Program Celebrates 20 Years!

A mural depicting the 1967 LGBTQ rights protests outside the Black Cat Tavern in Silver Lake was installed in the LGBTQ Studies offices in A9 Haines Hall in 2014. For two decades, the field of queer studies has been thriving and evolving within the Humanities Division of the UCLA College. Now Alicia Gaspar de Alba,…

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Students Present on Intersectionality, LGBTQ Research in Symposium

BY MEGAN DALEY Posted: May 7, 2017 10:38 pm Josh Feldman stood in front of students in the Charles E. Young Grand Salon in Kerckhoff Hall and shared his journey to self-acceptance, through American Sign Language. “I’m a writer, I’m gay, I’m Jewish, I’m a Libra, I used to be a vegetarian, but that’s not…

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2015-2016 LGBTQ Studies Newsletter

Academic Year 2015-2016 is behind us now, but it brought with it some important changes to the LGBT Studies program. First and foremost, the name of the program has been officially changed to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender , and Queer Studies, or, LGBTQS.

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New LGBTQ Studies Course

SPRING 2017  Instructor: Louise Brown Louise Brown is a graduate student in The Department of French and Francophone Studies at UCLA teaching our upper-division, undergraduate course, under the supervision of our Chair, Alicia Gaspar de Alba. ~~NEW DAYS/TIME~~ Spring 2017 Tuesdays/Thursdays 9:00-10:50AM Rolfe 3134  

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“It Gets Better” Video

Chancellor Gene Block takes part in the worldwide “It Gets Better” Project, expressing campus support for victims of bullying encompassing all the diversity of communities that exist at UCLA including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer identified people.  

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