Who Belongs Where: A Safe Space Session
This semester, the Safe Space Committee is offering 6 one-hour sessions to help us achieve our mission of increasing awareness through education about issues related to minoritized sexual and gender identities and embodiments.
All students, staff, and faculty are encouraged to attend one to all of these sessions to build upon whatever previous knowledge you have about LGBTQ+ identities and experiences.
No registration necessary. For in-person sessions, face masks are required.
Throughout the series, we will focus on 3 different concepts (self-determination & agency, pronouns & language, and who belongs where) to delve a bit deeper to understand and support LGBTQ+ people at Keene State College and beyond. Each topic is offered twice.
Who Belongs Where:
Participants will explore how spaces invite or exclude LGBTQ people and how individuals can affect their environment to foster greater access and a sense of belonging
This event is part of the Owlnet calendar.
To request accommodations for a disability, please contact the coordinator at least two weeks prior to the event.