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Aug. 16: Learn how to support LGBTQ students

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Spend your lunch supporting the LGBTQ community. On Thursday, Aug. 16, UCLA Staff Assembly will host a free one-hour session during which those in attendance can learn effective advocacy strategies and can also learn how to recognize stereotypes and utilize LGBTQ terminology and resources on campus.

UCLA Staff Assembly has partnered with the UCLA LGBT Campus Resource Center for the “Learn-at-Lunch: Supporting LGBTQ Students at UCLA” event, which begins at noon in the Charles E. Young Research Library conference room.  The center provides a comprehensive range of education and advocacy services to support intersectional identity development.

Kevin Medina will lead the presentation. Medina oversees the center’s educational trainings, events and marketing.

This event is free but reservations are required. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lunch as food will not be provided.

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