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  • Women's Herstory Month Event Highlights

     

    A Tribute to the Women: Rewriting history, Retelling Herstory in Civil Rights 
    March 19, 2015, 11:30pm to 1:30pm, GSU 129 

    Dr Evelyn Simien, Associate professor of Political Science at the University of Connecticut, jointly appointed with the Africana Studies Institute, and Associate Editor of Polity (the Journal of the Northeastern Political Science Association), renders tribute and gives voice to the women of the Civil Rights Movement. Dr Simien gives us a deeper understanding of interlocking systems of oppression—race and sexism— experienced by forgotten heroines of the Civil Rights Movement who similarly risked their lives and reputations for equality and justice before the law. 

    Sponsored by the Speicher-Rubin Women’s Center for Equity and Diversity and the Department of Women’s and Gender Studise, Black Administrators, Alumni, Faculty, Staff, and Student Organization (BAAFSO), Office of the Dean of Students, Office of the VP for Student Affairs, The Office of Campus Life 

     

    “SERVICE: When Women Come Marching Home” Film Screening 

    March 24, 2015, 2pm to 4pm, GSU 129 

    The NJCU Office of Military & Veterans Services will be sponsoring a screening following the journey of eight women who have served in combat, endured military sexual assault, and lost fellow comrades in recent wars.  The screening is free, and open to the public.  If time permits, a discussion will follow.  Please contact the office for additional information: 201-200-2390. 

    Sponsored by The Office of Military & Veterans Services 

     

    Women of Wall Street Walking Tour with Dr. Tim White

    March 27, 2015, 2pm, Meet at Grove Street PATH Station
    On the 'Women of Wall Street' tour, guests will be taken via PATH to the historic streets of Lower Manhattan, where women have long struggled to secure full participation in the finance industry, as well as equal work for equal pay. The tour will chronicle women’s economic contributions in colonial and revolutionary New York, document the achievements of leaders such as Victoria Woodhull and Tennessee Claflin, who ran their own brokerage firm in the late 19th century, and then finish with the politics of women on Wall Street in the 1980s and beyond.

     Sponsored by the NJCU History Department 

     

    The Journey of a Brown Girl

    March 30, 2015, Doors Open 6:30pm, Curtain at 7pm, West Side Theatre (285 West Side Ave, Jersey City, NJ)

    The Journey of a Brown Girl (JoBG) is an Experimental Theatre Movement, that seeks to use the power of narrative and storytelling to engage audiences in deep reflection around the struggles and triumphs of the human spirit through the lens of the Filipina experience. This is a story, that speaks to diverse communities on empowerment of self and community, inspiring audiences and performers to look deep within themselves for truth beyond Master’s Narratives- to speak on their own stories of becoming. The Journey of a Brown Girl seeks to break that mold and expose the true nature of our sisters – as powerful leaders, healers, visionaries, teachers, and warriors of our culture and communities. 

    This event is free and open to the community. 
    Paid parking is available at the NJCU West Side Parking Lot 3A (Flat rate $7 or $4 with NJCU ID)

    TICKET INFO:
    RSVP on Eventbrite or pick up tickets at the Speicher-Rubin Women's Center (Gilligan Student Union Room 318), M-F 8:30am-4:30pm

    Sponsored by the Speicher-Rubin Women’s Center for Equity and Diversity, the Student Government Organization, Anakbayan NJ, NJCU Counseling Center, NJCU Undoing Racism Committee, Peers Educating Peers (PEP) Program and The Office of Residence Life 

     

    FULL CALENDAR: Facebook page.  or download the pdf  


     

     

     

    SAVE THE DATE!

     

    Take Back the Knight
    Thursday, April 23rd, 6pm-9pm at NJCU Gothic Lounge (Hepburn 202)

     
    Take Back the Night is an international event and non-profit organization with the mission of ending sexual violence in all forms. Hundreds of events are held in over 30 countries annually. Events often include marches, rallies and vigils intended as a protest and direct action against rape and other forms of sexual violence.

    NJCU's First Lavender Graduation

    Friday, April 24th, 4pm-6pm at NJCU Gilligan Student Union Lobby 

    Lavender Graduation is a cultural celebration that recognizes LGBTQIA students of all races and ethnicities and acknowledges their achievements and contributions to the university as students who survived the college experience. Through such recognition LGBTQIA students may leave the university with a positive last experience of the institution thereby encouraging them to become involved mentors for current students as well as financially contributing alumni. RSVP will be required! Check back here again for the link, or follow us on Facebook for updates!

     

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    Pride Time: Beyond the Sticker

    Tuesdays, 12:00 p.m. 1/20, 2/3, 2/17, 3/3, 3/17, 3/31, 4/14, 4/28 

    Open to allies of the Gothic Knight Ally Safe Zone Program for discussions and continuing education, as well as those interested in joining the program. Meetings held in GSU 318.

     

    Women Warrior: Survivor’s of Abuse

    Fridays, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. 1/23, 2/6, 2/20, 2/27, 3/20, 3/27, 4/10, 4/17, 5/1, 5/8 

     Women-only support group for students who are survivors of past and recent sexual & domestic violence. Meetings held in GSU 318.


     

    Gothic Knight Ally Safe Zone Training  

    Students, staff and faculty have the opportunity to attend an interactive 3.5-hour training to learn how to creative a safe, supportive and inclusive environment for members of LGBTQ community. Locations vary.

    SPRING 2015 TRAINING:
    • Monday, March 2nd - 11am to 2:30pm at GSU 312
    • Friday, March 20th - 9am to 12:30pm at Gothic Lounge (Hepburn 202)
    • Thursday, April 16th - 5:30pm to 9pm at GSU 312

     

    NJCU Safe Zone 


     

    For more information, please contact the Speicher-Rubin Women’s Center for Equity & Diversity at (201)200-3189.
     

    About Gothic Knight Ally Safe Zone Training: 

    Have you noticed the rainbow pride stickers in various buildings throughout campus? These stickers convey a message of support, respect and affirmation to NJCU students, staff and faculty who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and/or Queer (LGBTQ).  The Gothic Knight Ally Safe Zone Program is working diligently to ensure a welcoming and safe environment for members of this community as well as everyone who visits this campus. 

    In the true spirit of diversity and community, would you consider joining our efforts? If so, you have the opportunity to attend a comprehensive three-hour interactive training to:

    • Learn how to be an ally so others feel safe coming out
    • Provide accurate information about the LGBTQ community
    • Share support resources that are available on and off campus 

    After the training, you will be able to proudly display your Gothic Knight Ally Sticker and join the host of NJCU community members who have already pledged to diligently cultivate a community of respect and inclusiveness at NJCU and beyond. All members of NJCU – students, staff and faculty – are eligible to sign-up and help build a stronger ally campus community. 

    If you cannot attend any schedule trainings, and would like to attend a training on another date, please call (201)200-3189 or email: njcusafezone@njcu.edu.

    Sign up today!