Members of our LGBTQA Speak Out program are available to speak to campus organizations and classes on LGBTQA related topics. Students tell their coming out stories and then invite the audience to ask questions and share their thoughts. This allows students to make personal connections and hear the stories of their peers, while also facilitating an appropriate space to ask any questions. The "Speak Outs" are a great opportunity for volunteers to participate in raising awareness and sensitivity to LGBTQA issues.
Bring this to your classroom/club: Pleasesend us an e-mail
expressing your interest. At least two weeks notice is appreciated in order to organize the panelists.
Get involved as a volunteer: If you would like to volunteer to "tell your story" and serve as a panelist, pleasesend us an e-mail.
Speak Out training occurs once per semester.
March 31st is Trans Visibility Day. On this day, we honor and celebrate trans identities and experiences. Additionally, we strive to raise awareness and take action against the violence and discrimination that trans communities face. Contact LGBTQA Services firstname.lastname@example.org
or 610-436-3147 for more details about programming and ways to be in solidarity.
Lavender Graduation celebrates graduating LGBTQA students and recognizes their many contributions and accomplishments. The ceremony also highlights the year’s achievements for both the department and student organizations. Additionally, scholarships and recognition awards will be presented. For more information, please email@example.com
Thank you for joining us in celebrating our graduating queer and trans student’s many accomplishments and contributions at West Chester University on Thursday, May 3, 2018! Lavender Graduation 2018 was a huge success!