FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
The Pride Center at the University Student Union (USU) is starting the spring semester with a brand new program for LGBTQ people of color, “QTPOC Con-versations”. Starting on Wednesday, February 10 at 4 p.m. and continuing twice a month all semester in the Santa Susana Room at the USU, this important program will explore topics surrounding the intersection of LGBTQ and POC identities. It’s all about helping the group navigate the CSUN campus, bridging communities together and discussing topics most relevant to all attendees.
“Students who are at the intersection of LGBTQ and POC identities have a very unique experience that is different from other members of the LGBTQ community,” said Pride Center Coordinator Sarina Loeb “QTPOC Conversations will give students who identify as part of the QTPOC community a safe space to meet with each other and dis-cuss the issues they face.”
“QTPOC Conversations” will continue to meet from 4 to 5 p.m. on the following Wednesdays for the rest of the spring semester: February 24th, March 9th, March 30th, April 13th, April 27th, and May 11th. For more information on “QTPOC Conversations” or the Pride Center, please visit www.csun.edu/pride or contact the Pride Center at .