March 26, 2018 - 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm (already occurred)
Keefe Campus Center, Friedmann Room
 Picture of Kat Blaque in a tank top over a blue background

Join the WGC for our Women’s History Month keynote, “An Evening With Kat Blaque.” Kat Blaque is a popular black trans Youtuber, illustrator, animator, writer, and trans activist known for her “True Tea” videos and her commentary on race, gender, transphobia, and other social justice issues. She has contributed to sites such as “Everyday Feminism” and “Huffington Post,” and co-created the short film on privilege titled “Sometimes You’re A Caterpillar.” Join us for her keynote talk, which will be followed by a Q&A session. Dinner from Pasta E Basta will be provided.

To learn more about Kat, please visit her YouTube Channel:

This program is sponsored by the Women’s and Gender Center, the Queer Resource Center, the Multicultural Resource Center, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Student Activities, and the President’s Office. This event also is funded by the Johnson Lectureship fund.

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