WGS Related Events 

The HUB Events May: Click here to see a full list of events and descriptions

Campus wide diversity program

5/2, 5/16: MOCA 12pm-1pm

5/2: BCM Bible Studies 7pm-9pm

5/3, 5/10, 5/17, 5/24: Women of Color Collective 12pm-1pm

5/3: Anthro Keynote Reception 4:30pm-6:30pm

5/1, 5/15: It’s a Guy Thing 12pm-1pm

5/17: WGS Grad Party

Club Meetings

5/3, 5/4, 5/10, 5/11: Yoga and Meditation 7:30pm-9pm

5/4, 5/11: Zes Hmoob Meeting 6pm-7pm

5/5, 5/12: QSA Meeting 12pm-1:30pm

HUB Events

5/4: Not ___ Enough 1pm-2:30pm

Open Lectures

Click here to watch SSU lecture series!

WGS 302 Queer Lecture Series

Mondays, 12:05-12:55, Ives Hall 101
All Lectures Free and Open to All

5/1 Mia Satya, “Trans Resistance to Trump”

Mia Satya is a trailblazing community organizer with over a decade of advocacy experience. Mia Satya has served on over 10 committees in 5 San Francisco city government departments and played key roles inthe reauthorization of the Children’s Fund that secured $150 million a year in critical services. Mia is the first transsexual graduate of Emerge, the premiere statewide political training program for women. In 2016 Mia was honored as San Fransisco Pride Grand Marshall and was elected
delegate to the Democratic National Convention. Mia Satya is the founder of All Out: the LGBTQ+ Political Pipeline, which educates and connects youth to create change.

34th Annual Holocaust & Genocide

Julie Ea

Professor David McCuan, Ph.D., Sonoma State University


WGS Department Newsletter

Editor/Writer: Nicole West



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