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GLBTQ Related Past Events

Spring 2011

spc Gay-Straight Alliance of South Plains College facebook & twitter & youtube

  • For more information on regular meetings contact gsaspc@yahoo.com
  • April 15th - "I Will Not Be Silent' at Starbucks across from TTU (Univ. Ave & Glenna Goodacre), 6:30am-10:30pm. Stop by to purchase ribbons, buttons, etc to bring awareness to the National Day of Silence

day of silence "Breaking the Silence" Poetry Jam, April 14th

ttugsa Texas Tech University Gay Straight Alliance facebook & twitter

  • Second Annual Drag Show at TTU (Sponsored by TTU Resident Hall Association and Gay-Straight Alliance)
    March 31st at TTU Frazier Alumni Pavilion. (Doors will open at 6:40 p.m. for general admission)
    FREE - Donations Welcome. Donations will go to PFLAG Lubbock's scholarship fund.

  • What did the community have to say about this event? Daily Toreador Read more..

pflag lubbock PFLAG Lubbock facebook & twitter

  • April 19th "Toilet Training" film viewing, 7:00 p.m., at St. John's United Methodist Church hosted by PFLAG Lubbock as part of their regular meeting. Following the film a kickoff discussion of PFLAG’s new program of advocacy, LIST (Lubbock Initiative for Safe Toilets). FREE
  • Lola Marie Drew Scholarship - Call for Applications
    Apply online at http://www.pflag.org/scholarships
    (Questions? Call 806.438.6504 or email president@pflaglubbock.org)
  • For more information on upcoming meetings check the PFLAG Lubbock web site at: http://www.pflaglubbock.org/

December 2010

world aids day World AIDS Day Memorial Celebration

October 2010

art auction Art Auction | Belly's Cafe | 1406 Ave Q

bingo Bingo & Burgers | Metropolitan Community Church
4501 University Ave

spc South Plains College Gay/Straight Alliance "Fall Kick Off Celebration!"

GLBTQ & Allies Awareness Month Schedule of Events

October 2009

gender GLBTQ & Allies Awareness Month Schedule of Events

April 2009
Scales of (In)Justice: Legal Issues and the GLBT Person (Courtroom Presentations)
· Paul Scott, Executive Director, Equality Texas and Equality Texas Foundation
· Aaron Tax, Mangaing Attorney, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN)


Roundtable Panel Discussion and Q&A
· Paul Scott, Executive Director, Equality Texas and Equality Texas Foundation
· Aaron Tax, Managing Attorney, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN)
· Dr. Joyce Carter, Associate Professor, Department of English, Texas Tech University
· Grace Rogers, Retired Teacher, Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Lubbock Chapter

 
Sponsors included:Texas Tech University School of Law, TTU Office of Student Diversity Relations, TTU Student Counseling Center, Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Lubbock Chapter, Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), Equality Texas and Equality Texas Foundation

March 2009
off the straight and narrow Media Education Foundation | Executive Producer: Sut Jhally | Producer, Director, Editor: Katherine Sender

Off the Straight & Narrow: Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals & Television, 1967-1998
Sponsored by Texas Tech University Libraries and Student Diversity Relations Department

October 2008
gender GLBTQ & Allies Awareness Month Schedule of Events

September 2007
"Queer.101": Panel Discussion
(Texas Tech University Student Housing)

October 2007
¿Y QUÉ? : Queer Art Made in Texas, Curated by Harmony Hammond, Landmark Art Gallery , School of Art , Texas Tech University
Curator/Artists Panel: TTU English Building
Taking Risks in Academia: TTU English Building
Out In the Mainstream: Queer Social Landscape, Curated by Tricia Earl, Christine DeVitt Icehouse, Louise H. Underwood Center for the Arts
"Trans" Ally Training - (TTU Student Counseling Center)
World AIDS Day - (TTU Residence Hall Office)
GLB Ally Training for Faculty, STaff and Students - (TTU Student Counseling Center)

Sponsors included: Texas Tech Univeristy's School of Art, Student Counseling Center, Department of English, and Texas Tech University Student Housing.

March 2006
Panel of Clergy Discussion & Exhibition of Stoles
PFLAG Brown Bag Lunch Discussion
Tunnel of Oppression
Allies Training
"Normal": Love, Marriage, Family, Sex, Change - Film Viewing


Sponsors included: Texas Tech University's Student Counseling Center, TTU GLBT Allies Group, Center for Campus Life and Housing & Residence Life.

October 2006
Allies Training
Peggy Campolo Presentation - Evangelical Christian Dialogue
GLBT Film Festival
Kinsey Sicks Performance
America's Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet: Music and Comedy Performance

Sponsors included: Texas Tech University's Diversity Awareness Team, the Student Counseling Center, and the Center for Campus Life

March 2005

Note: 2005 marked the 1st Annual LGBT and Allies Awareness Week in Lubbock, TX.

Shower of Stoles Exhibition
"Maintaining Compassion in the Dialogue Between Homosexuality and Religion" by Rev. Ted Dotts
Hate Free Zone: Texas Tech University FREE Speech Area
Queers and Allies open meeting: Meet and Greet
Allies Training for Faculty and Staff
"But, I'm A Cheerleader": FREE Film

Sponsored by: Texas Tech University Student Counseling Center

Prior to 2005
Note: From 2003-2005, Texas Tech University Student Counseling Center hosted support group sessions and allies training on a regular basis. Additionally, the only officially registered GLBTQ student organization for Texas Tech, TTU Gay/Straight Alliance as it is known today, was founded in 1985 under the name "Student Services for Lsbians, Gays and Friends." They continued serving under this name until 1992 when they changed their name to "The Gay Lesbian, Bisexual Student Association," which subsequently changed to a more radical name: "Queers and Allies". In 1995, the organization changed its name for the final time to the Texas Tech University Gay-Straight Alliance.

For the past twenty-five years, the organization has served the students of Texas Tech University by creating an inclusive and welcoming environment for queer students and their allies and by advocating for equality on campus. Texas Tech's Gay Straight Alliance is dedicated in both preserving the history of the LGBTQ movement on campus and in building off foundations already built through social events, community outreach, educational lectures and forums, and grassroot organizing.

Source sited: Texas Tech University, TechAnnounce System Online Archives
http://techannounce.ttu.edu/Client/default.aspx

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