Showing Up for Each Other: On Being an Ally for LGBTQ Justice
What is an ally? What does it mean to be co-conspirators with and for each other? We will discuss being an ally for LGBTQ and gender non-conforming justice in today’s highly charged social and political climate. In small and large groups we will explore ways to work together in solidarity to create positive change. All are welcome, whether these ideas are brand new to you or you’ve been exploring them for many years.
Visiting facilitator Ross Neely is a social justice educator with 16 years of experience delivering trainings and facilitating dialogues at the intersections of identities, oppression, and liberation -- including trainings at Target, Cargill, Best Buy, Medtronic, and colleges throughout the Midwest. Ross is former assistant director of the Gender and Sexuality Center for Queer and Trans Life (formerly GLBTA Programs Office) at the University of Minnesota, and has worked with a variety of racial, gender, disability, anti-violence, anti-bullying, and LGBTQ justice organizations. Ross has a red beard.
Thursday, July 27, 12:00-1:30pm with a sandwich lunch provided!
LOCATION: Capella University in Capella Tower, 225 South 6th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402. Come to the 9th floor to check in.
RSVP required by July 25th:
Please email CENG-PrideAlliance@capella.edu (or to join remotely, email us by July 26th for details)
Quorum's Lunch and Learn Series is sponsored by UPS and provided in partnership with Capella’s Pride Alliance and DING (Diversity and Inclusion Networking Group).
Quorum is a Minnesota 501(c)6 non-profit organization.