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LGBT student group at San Diego State University renamed Queer Student Union
Henderson Springs LGBT Center
The keynote speaker was Raja Gopal Bhattar, a nationally recognized leader in higher education, consultant and author, who gave a very timely and intersectional message on blacklivesmatter and the queer and trans community. When their names were called, each of the graduating students was offered 10 seconds to share a message with the attendees. Many students thanked their family, chosen family, and loved ones, Chacko said. The Lavender Graduation is an annual ceremony conducted on numerous campuses to honor lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and ally students and to acknowledge their achievements and contributions to their university. The Lavender Graduation ceremony was created by Ronni Sanlo, a Jewish lesbian, who was denied the opportunity to attend the graduations of her biological children because of her sexual orientation. The first Lavender Graduation began at the University of Michigan in with three graduates.
LGBTQA History at Wright State University
It met every Monday that spring and was predominately attended by men. In the fall they became recognized as the Carolina Gay Association, having encountered little resistance from administrators. CGA meetings were held on the first Monday of the month in Craig. Consciousness raising groups met each Tuesday evening in the Lutheran Student Center and coffeehouses were held there on some Fridays.
City is a great place to study for people of any sexual orientation and gender identity or expression. Last year we were the third most active society by official membership and won the Society of the Year award from the City Students' Union. We hosted a club night "Love is a Human Right" with the Amnesty Group, which was one of the busiest nights of the year in our Union bar and for which we were awarded Joint Event of the Year by the Students' Union. University is where many people discover and explore their identities, making new friends and being exposed to new and different ways of thinking and seeing the world. For some of us, this experience also includes "coming out" or questioning who we are and what it is to be gay, lesbian, bi, or transgender - we're here to try and make that experience safe and enjoyable.