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ALL YOU CAN SNACK w/ Community Advocacy Union →
Jan. 15, Tues from 12pm to 5pm Are you a little hungry? Do you want to Learn about the Community Advocacy Union (CAU)? Come by the Cultural Center and have a snack and meet with Community Advocacy student worker, Eshe Shukura (email@example.com) and learn about the CAU! Drop-in anytime for a 10-15min meeting! Description The Community Advocacy Union supports identity/social wellness-based...
We're on Facebook! →
Happy new year, beautiful people. Our tumblr posts will now be featured on the Community Advocacy facebook, so like our page to make sure you don’t miss a thing!
The CAU had a great semester! We’re ending on a strong note! We accomplished so much and can’t wait for spring so that we can meet even more of you guys! For a semester’s recap: ::We took on the task of following up with the work that has been started on Identity Based Housing and focused our attention on trying to create accesible documentation with the Housing Office. ::We...
In case you were wondering...Here's the staff for...
Community Advocacy: Melissa Scheid Frantz, assistant dean of community advocacy firstname.lastname@example.org Melanie Mulvey, assistant to community advocacy }email@example.com Community Health and Wellness: Jessica Gifford, director firstname.lastname@example.org Multicultural & International Student Services: Melissa Scheid Frantz, director email@example.com Rochelle “O.C.”...
'Invisible' Illness Common in Queer Community... →
“A new study by a Toronto psychotherapist is bringing to light the high number of invisible conditions…Silvana Bazet noticed the abundance of “invisible” physical health problems suffered by her queer and trans-identified clients, as well as among [other] community members.”
Hey Div IIIs!
Are any of you guys doing your DIV IIIs on intersectionality?