2nd Annual LGBTQ Monologues
Envisioned as an event that meets the need for LGBTQ spaces and visibility, the LGBTQ monologues is a platform for all of our stories to be heard. Last year the event enabled twelve students to share a personal portrait of queer and trans life at the university in front of an audience of 150 people.
This year our goal in celebrating the 2nd annual student performances, is to build partnerships with the local community and student organizations - to accurately represent the LGBTQ population on campus and the width of experiences students faced. The theme this year is "More Pride. More Color". We recognize that it is critical that the intersecting identities within the LGBTQ community are accurately represented and are given the equal opportunity to be heard.
Co-sponsored by Out in Public, the Ford School, Spectrum Center, Jim Toy Community Center, Black Student Union, and oStem.