A 2012 lecture series covers varied topics that focus on identity, politics and acceptance.
From bullying to repealing “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell,” issues facing the lesbian, gay, transgender, intersex, queer and ally community underscore a wide-ranging campus lecture series aimed at raising awareness.
The lecture series — Finding Leadership Under Identity — covers varied topics that focus on identity, politics and acceptance. All events are free and open to the public.
“The series brings together a variety of campus and community entities to foster scholarly discourse and draw attention to important topics that affect the LGBT community,” said Aaron Bruce, SDSU Chief Diversity Officer. “These lectures complement the launch of SDSU’s new LGBT studies major.”
The next lecture, “LGBT Business,” focuses on the growing market aimed at the LGBT community.
The series will continue in the fall.
The lecture series, sponsored by the LGBT studies major Safe Zones organization, kicked off in February.
Previous lectures include:
Learn more about Finding Leadership Under Identity.