Tuesday, February 2, 2010

LGBTQA Solidarity March Unites Campus Community

Around 300 people came together Tuesday night for a vigil in support of the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans Queer Alliance.  On Feb 1st cleaning staff entered the LGBTQA office in the EMU to find a large swastika spray-painted on the carpet. This event is just one of many this week to build solidarity against hate in the community. An attack on one is an attack on all. For a list of related upcoming events click 'read more'.

Other Events this week include:
(from the LGBTQA website )

—Wednesday, Feb 3—
*Solidarity March
UO Bookstore and 13th
Meet in front of the UO Duckstore/Bookstore on 13th at 11:30 and march down 13th to raise awareness of the events that have taken place and create a safer campus.
*Solidarity Rally
EMU Amphitheater
A show of solidarity withing the EMU Amphitheater against hatred and bigotry on the UO Campus. Listen to speakers and then have a chance to speak out yourself and create messages and artwork to combat hate and oppression.
—Thursday, Feb 4—
* Anti-Hate Forum, Part II
Ben Linder Room
More information TBA shortly
—Friday, Feb 5—
*Breaking Bigotry’s Protest and Rally
Outside Johnson Hall
More information TBA shortl

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