Marvels Hero Panel
(Elijah Lee, Gitanjali Rao, Rebekah Bruesehoff)
In Marvel Hero Project, “Real Kids Making a Real Difference”
Here is an opportunity to talk with three amazing HEROS who have made a positive impact in their own communities. Join the Incredible Elijah, the Mighty Rebekah, and the Genius Gitanjali, as they share their stories and help us celebrate true HEROS.
LGBT Health: HPV and Cancer Prevention
In this workshop, discussion will center around HPV and HPV-associated cancer disparities and prevention to find LGBT-affirming providers. In addition, information will be provided on the association between smoking/vaping cessation for youth.
ABC’s of Zen: Creating Peace of Mind Across the Gender Spectrum
This workshop will create a safe space to learn the basics of meditation, quiet breathing, posture, letting go of thinking, stress reduction, soft focus, loving kindness & being in the here & now with quality attention in a peaceful way
Drag King Culture: Express Yo-Self
(Sven Salvador & Lana Leonard)
Participants will get a glimpse into the history and culture of drag kings. Learning about some of the popular drag kings and drag king shows today. They will then share which drag kings and drag king looks inspire them most. Participants will have a chance to create their own drag persona. Bring your makeup, clothes, accessories, wigs, crowns, and more!
It’s time to drag it up!
Shine Your Sparkle
Have you ever noticed someone that people always seem to gravitate to? They are always the life of the party. What is it about them that makes people drawn to their energy? They’ve got that sparkle. They’ve got that shine. But are these folks any different than you? Absolutely not. In this presentation, you will learn the necessary skills that will have people drawn to your sparkle. It’s simple. It’s easy, and it works. To stand out from the crowd, we have to do things differently. We sparkle with these key ingredients: Integrity, Listening, Understanding, Connecting, Empowering others.
Language Matters: The Big Impact of the "Little Things"
Language Matters is a presentation that engages us all in conversation about how our words and actions build or breakdown communities. Today, we want to talk about how the little things we experience in our world and on our campus can make a big impact on who we are. Many assumptions we make are because we haven’t taken the time to get to know one another.