Caring with LGBTQIA Youth
Sip a cup of Vietnamese coffee and learn more about our Amazing Vietnam cultural show: Instar!
We are a cross-movement organizing community that stands for women’s social and economic opportunity, access to reproductive health, freedom from sexual assault, and equal representation in every space and at every level. Founded by Wendy Davis and led by YOUth, we’re uniting young people to push progress forward — not through talk — Through DEEDS.
We are having our first meeting next Wednesday, February 12, at 5:30pm in Reed 202. The meeting will get you acquainted with the organization’s values and learn about upcoming events in the semester. There will be FOOD and refreshments served, and those who attend the whole meeting will be entered into a raffle for prizes. You don’t want to miss out!
Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Are you interested in a non-English language but aren’t sure where to start? Come our way on Tuesday night, January 28th. Faculty members and students from across the Department of Modern Language Studies will each teach 10 minutes of basic Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian, and Japanese in a low-stress, fun environment. Join us for an energetic activity that is the equivalent of yoga for the brain. Some light refreshments will be served.
For more information, contact Dr. Muriel Cormican, Chair of MOLA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dinner and conversation! Free! Monday, 2/17, 5:30pm, Jarvis Hall. Brought to you by TCU Interfaith Initiatives. Email email@example.com with questions.
As an exonerated African-American man and an influential transformational speaker, Yusef has traveled all around the United States and the Caribbean to deliver influential lectures and facilitate insightful conversations as he continues to touch lives and raise important questions about race and class, the failings of our criminal justice system, legal protections for vulnerable juveniles, and fundamental human rights.
Since his release more than 20 years ago, Yusef has become a family man, father, poet, activist, and inspirational speaker. He has committed himself to advocate and educate people on the issues of mass incarceration, police brutality and misconduct, false confessions, press ethics and bias, race and law, and the disparities in America’s criminal justice system, especially for young men of color.
Join us as we embark on a fun-filled educational tour traveling south to explore the birthplace of
the Civil Rights Movement. We will retrace the Freedom Trail and learn about Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr., Rosa Parks, the Montgomery Bus Boycott, the Greensboro sit-ins, Voters Rights and
other significant events of the Civil Rights Movement. Learn the lessons of the past to understand
their significance today! Experience the passion. Hear the real stories, first-hand!
Interested in Attending?
Contact Timeka Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Jarvis Hall 205.
Space is limited
Presented by Cultural Connectors and sponsored by Housing and Residence Life. We would like to invite you to Taste of TCU! Come sample food from over 14 different cultures. Food unites us all, just as being a Horned Frog unites all the different cultures represented at TCU.
This will be an evening of Christmas celebration, with a twist of some of the African nations represented at TCU; Nigeria, Rwanda, Burundi, Congo, Ethiopia, Angola, South Africa, Gambia, and more.
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