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Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Campus Resource Center

Looking to get involved? Attend one of our weekly LGBTQ programs hosted at the LGBTQ Center. Our weekly social programs are open to the entire UCLA community while our new Affinity Spaces are closed spaces for students who hold those specific identities.

The LGBTQ Campus Resource Center will be continuing its weekly spaces via Zoom for Winter Quarter 2021!

Given the shift to virtual/remote programming and in order to keep our programs for UCLA community members, the LGBTQ Campus Resource Center is asking that all UCLA community members interested in participating in one (or multiple) of our weekly spaces indicate their interest on this form. Zoom links for the weekly spaces will be sent only to those who complete the form in order to try and maintain student privacy and confidentiality.

RSVP form for our Virtual Weekly Spaces: https://tinyurl.com/SpringWeekly.

Queer Fandom Fanatics: Thursdays 3:00–5:00 PM, starting Week 1

Queer Fandom Fanatics Thursdays 3:00PM-5:00PM PT

Come geek out with us as we talk about all things pop culture related through a queer, intersectional lens. For questions, please contact Arlene Reynolds at areyn2922@gmail.com. Please note that the LGBTQ Campus Resource Center has no affiliation with the franchises or creators of the franchise displayed on this graphic and does not endorse their personal beliefs.

[Image description: A lavender-colored flyer for Queer Fandom Fanatics. Text reads, “Queer Fandom Fanatics, Thursdays 3:00pm-5:00pm PT”. Illustrations in white bubbles surround the title text, including a trident symbolizing the Percy Jackson book series, Captain America’s shield, a gaming console controller, and Totoro. Lavender text in a white bubble at the bottom reads, “Join us every week at Queer Fandom Fanatics! Come geek out with us as we talk about all things pop culture and fandom related through a queer, intersectional lens. RSVP here: tinyurl.com/winterweekly”.]

We Write the Rainbow: Thursdays 10–11am

The flyer has a lavender background. There are three people sitting around a table working individually on an assignment. There are drinks and snacks for them to eat while they study and work together. The text at the top of the flyer reads, “We Write the Rainbow Thursdays, 10-11am | Weeks 1 – 10” and the bottom of the flyer reads, “A weekly community and co-working space for professional and graduate students of all disciplines. For questions, contact Bri Damacio at bri.damacio@gmail.com. RSVP here: tinyur

Are you finding it difficult to start on a project, paper or assignment(s)? Need a space to socialize and encourage you to be accountable? Join our virtual community and accountability space for professional and graduate students. This space is opened to all disciplines.A weekly graduate student co-working space for graduate students across disciplines. For questions, contact Bri Damacio at bri.damacio@gmail.com.

[Image description: The flyer has a lavender background. There are three people sitting around a table working individually on an assignment. There are drinks and snacks for them to eat while they study and work together. The text at the top of the flyer reads, “We Write the Rainbow Thursdays, 10-11am | Weeks 1 – 10” and the bottom of the flyer reads, “A weekly community and co-working space for professional and graduate students of all disciplines. For questions, contact Bri Damacio at bri.damacio@gmail.com. RSVP here: tinyurl.com/SpringWeekly.” Below the text is the LGTBQ CRC rainbow signature.]

Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTBIPOC) Affinity Space: Tuesdays 12:00–1:00PM, starting Week 2

Queer and Trans Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTBIPOC) Affinity Space

QTBIPOC is an intentional space to build community, envision and work toward our liberation, and have a chance to decompress and enjoy creative expression. This space exists as a disruption to the White classist hetero-normative standards of the institutions we are engaging with and part of and creates a means of coalition building between QTBIPOC on campus and in community.
For more information, please contact Lazuli Trujano at dtrujano@g.ucla.edu.

[Image description: A beach with palm trees in the colors of the Philly pride flag in front of a setting sun. The background is green and has a repeating leaf print. Above the sun and trees is text reading “QTBIPOC Space.” Over the waves is text that reads “Mondays 12:00PM-1:00PM PT. RSVP here: tinyurl.com/SpringWeekly. An intentional space to build community, envision and work towards our liberation, and have a chance to decompress and enjoy creative expression.”]

The Ace Space, An Asexual & Aromantic Affinity Space: Wednesdays 12:00–1:00PM, starting Week 2

The Ace Space, An Asexual & Aromantic Affinity Space

The Ace Space is a weekly dialogue space for anyone on the asexual and/or aromantic spectrums to socialize and build community. For questions, contact Liz Lopez at elopez@lgbt.ucla.edu.

[Image description: Ace of spades playing cards with text reading “Ace & Aro Space: Wednesdays 12pm-1pm PT. RSVP here: tinyurl.com/SpringWeekly.” Below is text that reads A weekly space for anyone on the Asexuality/Aromantic Spectrum to socialize, share dialogue, and build community with the LGBTQ CRC rainbow signature. The background is a combination of the asexual and aromantic flags with the brown Philly pride flag stripe over lavender.]