Fri, Mar 22, 2024

1 PM – 2:30 PM EDT (GMT-4)

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NOTE: Participation in this session will give you credit for attending a program as part of the 2024 Leadership Summit Series.

When we work with LGBTQ+ identities and activism, there is often a myth that there is a point where a person can have the most advanced level of knowledge that they can have on these issues. While these identities and activism are always shifting as we learn more, we have to recognize that our approach to education is in flux simultaneously. Each of us who engages in this work and/or has personal experiences in the community has an “LGBTQ+ literacy” that is always changing and shifts based on the professional or personal context we are taking part which involves differing vocabularies, educational tools, contexts, forms of dialogue, etc. This workshop will focus on how LGBTQ literacies change based on context and will provide a beginning dialogue on how we can be continually introspective about this work as we advocate for change.

NOTE: This session will count towards your participation in the 2024 Leadership Summit Series. Students who participate in 3 or more Leadership Summit Series programs, will receive a certificate, Mason 360 digital badge, and summit swag. For more info, visit:

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Co-hosted with: Center For Culture, Equity, and Empowerment, School of Integrative Studies

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