In their public appeal they cite statistics which suggest that there could be thousands of UNCC students who identify as LGBTQ.
The NC HIV/AIDS Advocacy Conference, Building Power Across the Spectrum, will be held from Oct. 6, the 2017 Carolina Conference on Queer Youth will be held on Oct. 13 and Carolina Jews for Justice has announced that it has hired two new staff members to help the organization advance its initiatives.
For many students, arriving at college is a first taste of independence. Upon graduation, students are thrust into the adult world with little more than a degree to help them move forward. Administrators at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC) weren’t satisfied with that, so the school’s alumni association was founded.
The Friends of Fourth Ward are hosting their annual Garden Tour, Time Out Youth has opened its Tonda Taylor Scholarship season, UNCC’s Joshua Burford has taken a summer internship, Campus Pride has a volunteer event and anti-hate training, a Selena tribute band is heading to Charlotte and a film project is gearing up.
A University of North Carolina at Charlotte’s School of Architecture team won a design competition, Blumenthal Performing Arts LGBTQ affinity group is having a “Hedwig” pre-show party, the Charlotte and Lesbian Gay Fund is hosting a soirée, House of Mercy’s Walk for AIDS brought needed funds, the Freedom Center for Social Justice is conducting a survey and seeks participants, Carolinas CARE Partnership presented leadership awards and Transcend Charlotte received a grant.
UPDATE: Professor Joshua Burford, who was interviewed for the Fox piece, has voiced his displeasure with the news station’s handling of this report. He commented on our Facebook page where we shared this article, which links to the Fox story: This linked article is not a reliable one. The Fox folks asked me questions about …
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Time Out Youth and Quist, the nation’s largest queer history app, are partnering this Saturday, October 10 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a “History Hackathon.” Community members are asked to bring their laptops, phones and tablets to Time Out Youth, at 2320 N Davidson Street, to …