MBLGTACC is an annual regional conference for LGBTQ and Ally-identified college students. Events include workshops, plenary speakers, entertainment, and peer and speaker-led workshops. The 2011 conference is the first time the University of Michigan has hosted the MBLGTACC, and the conference serves as a “kickoff” to the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the University of Michigan Spectrum Center.
This student organized conference will take place February 25 – 27, 2011.
The 2011 theme, “Justice or Just us? Achieving liberty for all,” reflects a critical challenge facing the college LGBT movement today. The theme encompasses the interplay between diverse generations, identities, and the intersectional experience within our movement. The conference will encourage students to engage the LGBT experience as part of our common struggle against oppression of all kinds. Students will explore the complexity and critical necessity of unity through diversity.
Interested in attending MBLGTACC 2011 but still not registered? Don’t worry! You still have the opportunity to register onsite at the Michigan Union from 11am-6pm on Friday and from 7am-11am on Saturday.
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