The Student Government Association meetings deal with on-campus issues, student groups, and the Unallocated fund for student activities and use. Meetings are open to the public to observe and give input from the Gallery.
The Navigators Christian Fellowship offers a Friday night social opportunity away from parties and substance consumption. Each week's plans are different, so call or e-mail for details, or check out www.facebook.com/groups/SouthernMaineNavs/.
March 8, 2013
6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
Call or e-mail for details.
The Navigators Christian Fellowship offers a social opportunity away from parties and substance consumption.
In his 2013 inaugural address, President Obama invoked three key events in the struggle for equality and liberation in the U.S.: Seneca Falls (women’s rights, 1848), Selma, Alabama (racial equality, 1965), and Stonewall, NYC (gay/trans liberation, 1969). Historian Priscilla Murolo, NAACP Portland President Rachel Talbot Ross, and trans activist and author Kate Bornstein discuss the significance of these events.
Co-sponsored by: USM Women & Gender Studies, Office of Undergraduate Programs & Core Curriculum, School of Social Work, Multicultural Student Affairs; and NAACP Portland Branch.