IRRPP’s Race and Sexuality Series
of initiatives, events and programs that
intersections of race/ethnicity with sexual
orientation, gender identity, class and other forms of oppression. The IRRPP Race and Sexuality Series this year focuses on the intersection of race and LGBTQ issues.
This multi-format series of events includes:
community dialog project in collaboration with local community organizations about issues of racism
and youth disenfranchisement in Chicago’s LGBTQ communities. This collaboration with UCAN LGBT Host
Home Project, Broadway Youth Center, and Affinity Community Services, is supported in part by the UIC
for Civic and Public Engagement;
A public lecture on the criminalization of queer, trans and people of color;
A documentary screening of OutRage 69 with a discussion about race and Stonewall;
day event on the life and legacy of civil rights activist Bayard Rustin (organized by the
and Sexuality Center).