Follow our Virtual Artist-in-Residence Series!

The iLBGTS virtual artist-in-residence project has officially begun! At this time, we are sharing details about the fabulous artists who are hard at work creating original pieces reflecting the theme:  Capturing LGBTQ+ Experiences During Pandemic Times .

Tune in to our social media handles to find more info about the artists and their amazing work!

QTPOC Lending Library!

The Institute for LGBT Studies is excited to share our newest project: the QTPOC Lending Library! This library celebrates QTPOC authors and LGBTQ+ books for all ages. With the help of Mary Feeney and team at the UA Library, we have compiled a list of books in our Lending Library that are available electronically through the UA Library website. Each title is hyperlinked and will take you directly to the e-book or to the UA Library webpage for the e-book. You may need to log into your UA Library "My Accounts" for access.

We hope this can be another resource for the community as we are staying safe and caring for ourselves and each other. For any questions regarding the Lending Library or e-books please contact Luna Chung

Access the QTPOC Lending Library website (which includes a complete list of physical and e-books) here
Join Grad Students of Color Collective for a Virtual Gathering!

image text: In hard times, unity is key. Grad student gathering with: cultural and resource center grads, Grad students of color. Supported by Office of Multicultural Engagement. Zoom: 968-2344-2630. 2:00PM, Friday, April 24th.
Floor Polish is offering virtual dance/fitness classes!

image text: Live online dance workout, Cardio Party-o! Wed & Fri @ 5:30PM MST. $7 single class, $25 4-pack, $50 unlimited month. Signup:
Summer Pre-Session Course Offering: Sex, Health, and AIDS (GWS150B2) 

image text: instructor: Ruben Zecena, GWS150B2. Sex, Health, and AIDS. Summer 2020 Pre-Session, May 16-June 6. This online course focuses on the history, culture, and politics of HIV/AIDS activism. Through films and course readings, you will analyze how "health" is socially constructed and consider moments of crisis in global health as opportunities to contest power. 
Summer Course Offering: Gender.Com (GWS150B)

image text: GWS150B, Gender.Com. Learn how information technologies shape self-identity, social difference, and social status. Online Course. Instr. Harrison Apple, PhD Candidate. Gender and Women's Studies, PhD Minor Information.
UAHS LGBTQ+ Interest Group Presents: LGBTQ+ & COVID-19

For more information, please contact Lydia Kennedy:
Donate or request funds via Trans Women of Color Solidarity Network!

Learn more details about this fund and the TWOC Solidarity Network here
Donate to or apply for emergency funds with SAGA's COVID-19 Trans Emergency Fund!

Learn more details about this fund and the SAGA  here
Follow an updated list of community food resources by This Is Tucson!

Food brings people together ... And when the going gets tough, Tucson organizations and businesses are getting creative to make sure that everyone in our community has access to food.

This list is an evolving resource guide, where you can find free food assistance, learn about restaurants offering discounted meals, purchase food without contact and find special accommodations for senior citizens at grocery stores. If you're wondering how you can help serve those in need we're also gathering that info, too.

If you have something to add to one of these categories please send us a note, so we can include your information.

Follow the resource list here
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