February 16th: Being Black and LGBT

CSU’s Black/African American Cultural Center (B/AACC) offers a discussion series entitled Being Black and… Discussions surround a variety of topics and are led by members of CSU faculty, students, and staff.

Being Black and LGBT
Thursday, February 16th, 4:00 PM
Lory Student Center Room 300
LED BY: DR. KYLE OLDHAM

The intersectionality of our identities are complex, messy, and often times overlooked. Our visible representation as being Black often is the only thing that is seen, where our identities as LGBT are either invisible or sometimes assumed based upon our actions and behaviors. As a community we must discuss the historical context, ramifications of our thoughts, actions and beliefs on community development and self-esteem and importance of shared experiences and life stories for our future success as a community.  Come discuss, learn and evolve your perspective on Being Black and LGBT.

Dr. Oldham is the  associate director of housing and dining services for diversity, inclusion, and assessment at CSU.

Visit the B/AACC website for more information on this and other events!