We sponsor socials, educational panels, mentoring programs, workshops, recruiting events, alumni mixers, and so much more — for both LGBT students and the entire Haas community. Queer Diversions Queer Diversions is a queer social group open to all. Queer Theory Book Group. We organize social events and Gay Men groups in Berkeley outings, advertise relevant local goings-on, and otherwise provide a base Gay Men groups in Berkeley support for the queer grad student community.
Contact qtpocc gmail. Let's work towards a community that lives up to our pre-college expectations that were more often than not, disappointed by the time we got here Student Coalition for Marriage Equality began as an organization committed to gaining equal marriage rights for same sex couples.
See below for a list of active student organizations! Our goal is to promote the inclusion and well-being of our LGBTIQ employee community, and to establish a network for sharing resources and experiences on campus. The next meeting is Monday, Oct.
Queer Theory Book Group.
We welcome allies and out athletes to join in support. QARC is an organization run by other students. With selections focusing on LGBT issues, this friendly group selects a different book every month and invites its members to share their perspectives freely.
Our mission has grown since our founding and we now engage the entire campus in the fight for a number of rights of the queer community--from the right to give life at blood drives to the right to have bully-free schools. Haas, like Berkeley and the greater Bay Area, is famous for its diverse, inclusive, and affirming spirit.
Skip to main content. The Queer Caucus is comprised of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, gender variant, queer law students and allies. With selections focusing on LGBT issues, this friendly group selects a different book every month and invites its members to share their perspectives freely. Berkeley Law Queer Caucus Graduate Students Since its founding in , the Queer Caucus has worked to eradicate the legal, political, and social oppression of LGBTQ people, and to provide an affirming, supportive base for students of diverse sexual orientations and gender identities.