Register to participate in one of our free Gender & Sexuality Workshops happening February 16th, 2018 from 1-4pm in the Social Work Okazaki Community Rm. (155A) or March 29th, 2018 from 2-5pm in Annex Rm. 151 (Red Butte Rm.): https://www.hr.utah.edu/tcm/displayclass.php?Class_ID=533.
The Workshops Program at the University of Utah LGBT Resource Center asks participants to explore our personal relationships with (a)gender, (a)sexuality, privilege, and oppression. We attempt to engage our varying levels of (dis)comfort, (un)awareness, and (in)action through interactive activities as well as small and large group discussions to:
- Explore concepts of Assigned Sex, Gender Identity, Gender Expression, Sexuality, and other identities.
- Trouble arbitrary binaries wrapped around these identities.
- Delve into internalized and institutionalized privilege and oppression.
- Disrupt internalized and institutionalized privilege as we reimagine current, better, and best practices relevant to our specific contexts.
The Program generally lasts for 3 hours. Workshops can be scheduled throughout the year.
When scheduling a workshop we ask that you schedule no less than two weeks in advance and generally not outside the hours of M-F 8AM-5PM as that is when LGBT Resource Center staff are available to facilitate workshops. Thank you!
For more information, please contact the Resource Center at 801-587-7973 or e-mail Gabriella Blanchard.