Trans Abolitionist Visions

Trans Abolitionist Visions

Wednesday, April 14th @ 2:00 pm MDT Join us for a conversation with local trans of color organizers and activists on abolitionist futures. We'll discuss what trans of color visions offer us in imagining a world without policing, incarceration, and borders. Our panelists include Jordan Garcia, Stevie Gunter, Maya Rothlein,...

Aesthetics of Excess

Book Talk: Aesthetics of Excess

The Art and Politics of Black and Latina Embodiment Tuesday, March 16th 4:00pm - 5:15pm MST Thanks to everyone who joined us for a virtual discussion of the new book from Duke University Press, featuring the author Dr. Jillian Hernandez, assistant professor of Gender, Sexualities and Women's Studies at the...


Tiny Mics, Big Community

The GJL has also started a new type of event they call " Tiny Mics, Big Community ," which is intended as a way for students to create feminist community, to hang out and talk about issues and topics of concern to them. They are using Instagram to host virtual...


Trans/Nonbinary Faculty of Color Panel

As part of the monthly TRANSforming Gender Conference , faculty from various universities in Colorado (including CU Boulder, Metropolitan State University, and Colorado College) gathered for a panel on February 23rd to speak about their experiences as trans/nonbinary faculty of color in doing research, activism, teaching and mentoring in higher...

BadAss Cross Stitch

Craftivism 101: Art, Activism, and Feminism

A two-part event: Forum Discussion Wed., Feb. 3 (5-6:30pm) & Craft Night Wed., Feb. 10 (5-7pm)

WGST Abolition Read

Imagining Abolition: Dr. Kwame Holmes discusses Akwaeke Emezi's novel 'Pet'

WGST Abolition Read Monday, November 16th, 6 PM MST What would a society without prisons look like?? Dr. Kwame Holmes led us in a discussion of Akwaeke Emezi’s young adult novel Pet , which seeks alternate visions for justice in a utopian world without prisons. Kwame Holmes is Director of...


Black and Indian and Biracial Woman: A VP Forum

Join us for a discussion Wednesday, October 21st at 5pm via Zoom, where our panel will share their thoughts on the issues of race, caste, identity, structural power and representation that Senator Kamala Harris’ historic Vice Presidential nomination signifies.


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