The aim of SafeZone training is to create a voluntary network of faculty, staff, and students who celebrate sexual and gender diversity. The next training on Friday, October 10th from 1-5 pm is part of the October Pride events. This introductory training presents the Safe Zone program, university, general NYC and USA resources, LGBTQI concepts, how to support students and […]
A panel workshop – free and open to the public Thursday, October 10th 6:00P, Bark Room, 2 West 13th St. This panel workshop will be dedicated to exploring the various possibilities for the queer community to generate new forms of resistance, rupture embedded cultures of violence, and strengthen ties connecting queer agents and organizations. The workshop will take […]
A word from the SafeZone: Hi Safe Zone Team and friends, This fall semester is full of events celebrating our sexual and gender identities. What’s the Tea?, our weekly social for students who identify as LGBTQIAGNC, is back in the Fall. Plus we have a Queer Mixer planned on 9/6 – open to faculty, staff and […]
Student Health Services has launched a new site : www.newschool.edu/queerevents. This link will be used to support and announce courses, workshops, events and activities about or which impact LGBTQIAGNC (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, and gender nonconforming) folks and communities. You can also view information about Safe Zone trainings and Social Justice retreats.
Students have organized a screening of Sylvia Rivera Law Project’s film, “Toilet Training”. The film will be followed by a dialogue on the All Genders Bathrooms at The New School. When: Friday, May 10, 3 PM Where: Lang Cafe (65 West 11th Street, ground floor). Here’s a sneak peek of the film: http://youtu.be/2I3y2X6mPCw
Queer Urban Geographies is a one-day, multi-disciplinary exploration of the social dimensions of urban space as it relates to identity, sexuality, perception and community. Themes of mapping, memory, sensing and embodiment will be interrogated in order to reveal new perspectives and afford emerging possibilities. This one-day conference will introduce a larger workshop at Parsons the […]
QUEER NYC / PARIS! Call for participants: Queer Urban Geographies Independent Study & Collaboration April 6th conference in NYC | May 26th-June 1st workshop in Paris, France OPPORTUNITY: 6-8 students will be chosen to participate in a very special collaborative, field-work & design workshop to interrogate a hyper-local, multi-sensorial experience of Queer spaces in New York […]
Structural Violence and its Consequences in the LGBT Community: Poverty, Exclusion & Marginalization
The Observatory on Latin America (OLA) and the Universidad Nacional de San Martín (UNSAM) are pleased to invite you to: President Néstor Kirchner Fellowship 2012-2013 Public Lectures: Structural Violence and its Consequences in the LGBT Community: Poverty, Exclusion & Marginalization by Roland Jeremy Álvarez Chavez, Perú Energy Integration based on Renewable Sources as a Means of Development Lucas […]
The Winter 2013 New York Harm Reduction Training Calendar is available for your review and registration! All trainings are FREE, but do require registration. You can register online by clicking on the trainings below or by going to www.harmreduction.org/Trainings. Trainings in this calendar (trainings marked with * are CASAC approved): 01/16/13: Working with Transgender and Gender-Variant Clients within a Harm Reduction Model […]
This is a free webinar that might be interesting to any of our faculty or student teachers: Description: As classrooms become increasingly diverse, difficult dialogues on race, gender and sexual orientation have often served to polarize students and teachers rather than to clarify and increase mutual understanding about majority-minority group relations. Most well-intentioned instructors find themselves […]
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