This year, as part of LGBTQ+ Pride Month and our commitment to anti-racism, MSPA is inviting you to join us for a weekly #MSPAMovieChat, where we watch & discuss films centering Black queer and trans narratives. Participants can watch the film on their own time and then tune into our Twitter page for a short discussion. (Twitter page: @MSPA_national)
Join us this Sunday at 3pm PST/6pm EST for the final movie chat! The film is available to watch on Kanopy.
Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University
With Pride canceled and many other community and social supports suspended during the pandemic, COVID-19 presents particular challenges to the health and well-being of LGBTQ people, who already experience health...
On Thursday, June 25th at 7pm ET, one of the leading voices for transgender equality Tiq Milan will join the Harvard Political Union for a virtual Pizza & Politics discussion.
Milan is a speaker, writer and advocate in the LGBTQ+ community and previously served as national spokesperson for GLADD. Milan's work reflects on intersectional leadership, transgender rights and racial justice and ways his personal transgender experience has informed his views on masculinity, race and the gender binary. His work has appeared on MIC,...
Hosted by Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality
Given the current moment of political and social upheaval and our institution’s abrupt transition to “distance learning” this spring, we invite students to cultivate a sense of community while engaging in brave and respectful discussion about recent events and issues. The first of four (hour-long) “Solidarity Circles” this summer will be on healing justice. Join us for a discussion on what healing justice means for you and members of our community.
In celebration of Pride Month, the Institute of Politics welcomes IOP Resident Fellow S'16 Mayor Annise Parker, CEO and President of the Victory Fund and Victory Institute, and Massachusetts State Senator Julian Cyr for a Fast Forum on Thursday, June 25th at 1pm ET. Together, they will discuss their efforts to support LGBTQ+ candidates and increase the LGBTQ+ representation in elected offices across the country.
See below an announcement from the NIH Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion regarding an upcoming Pride Twitter Chat with Sharon Milgram., Director for the Office of Intramural Training and Education:
The Special Emphasis Programs (SEP) Branch invites you to join us for our Twitter Chat with Dr. Sharon Milgram, the Director of the Office of Intramural Training and Education (OITE) and a proud member of the LGBTQ community. She will be answering questions from interested students about learning opportunities and inclusivity here at the NIH.
June LGBTQ+ Pride Month: History’s Apology: Social Movements and Sexual Rights in the Postcolonial World
The DICP-LGBT Office, along with several co-sponsors, are pleased to offer the greater Harvard, HMS, and hospital-affiliate communities the following program in recognition of LGBTQ+ Pride Month. No registration required. Capacity is 300.
Durba Mitra Assistant Professor of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Carol K. Pforzheimer Assistant Professor Harvard University
Our speaker will explore the history of social movements...
For the past seven months, a psychiatry resident has been tweeting under the pseudonym K.C. Ardem. Part magical gifs, part real talk about life in academic medicine, they published a first-person account on KevinMD on May 8, 2020: “A physician’s...