Programs & Events

Spring 2021- Programs and Events

Real Talk: COVID vs. AIDS/HIV Epidemic from a Public Health Perspective

4/2 | 2pm-3pm  Zoom Link:

Join us in reflecting on and comparing the AIDS/HIV epidemic and COVID-19 pandemic from a public health perspective.


Trans UNH Open Meeting

4/2 | 6pm  Zoom Link:

Join the student organization, Trans UNH, for an open meeting - anyone can attend.


Out Front, Full Circle – UNH LGBTQ+ Historical Perspective

4/6 | 7pm Registration Link:

Fifty years ago, a small circle of friends fought for their rights as UNH's first recognized gay student group. UNH's annual LGBTQ+ and Ally Pancake Breakfast started as a way to celebrate the community, welcome allies, and spread positivity around LGBTQIA+ work. Please join us for a conversation with current and former student representatives from LGBTQ+ student organizations as they share the progress that has been made and challenges that still exist.


Alliance Weekly Meeting

Every Tuesday 7:30pm-9pm

Join the student organization Alliance for their weekly meeting. For zoom links visit the Alliance Facebook page.


Pride and Pancakes Breakfast

4/7 | 9am-10am

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Join us for our *virtual* Pride and Pancakes breakfast for 2021.  We will be holding this annual celebration to honor our Kidder Award winners virtually, adhering to COVID protocols.  This event is open to all, including students, staff, faculty and administration. 


Getting Ready with Bob

4/8 | 8pm   Zoom Link:

A Q&A and makeup tutorial with Bob the Drag Queen, moderated by Drag Legend Peaches Christ.


Discussion with Curly Velasquez: A look into Latinx and Queer Intersectionality

4/9 | 6pm  Tickets:

MOSAICO presents: A discussion with Curly Velasquez, an actor and producer in LA, well-known for his videos on Buzzfeed’s PeroLike and Curly Show. Join us for an evening of discussion about Curly’s life, career and how the intersection of his identities have affected it all. There will be an open Q&A at the end for any questions you may have for Curly. (If you are a UNH student, feel free to join us for a live screening of the discussion at the MUB Strafford room at 6pm – Get your free tickets at the MUB ticket office or online: )


Social Justice Education: Allyship for LGBTQIA Populations

4/13 |12pm-2pm Registration:

Staff, faculty and graduate students are welcome to join us in this opportunity to further your professional development in Social Justice Education. We will engage in meaningful dialogue on concepts presented during your previous SJE Awareness session. This discussion will have a particular focus around LGBTQIA+ identities and what it means to be an ally to this community as a part of Gaypril/Campus Pride Month celebration.


Kidder Lecture: Dinner and Film - Coded Bias

4/13 | 6pm-8pm


Join us for a virtual film screening followed by a group discussion on the film. We invite participants to bring their dinners to the screening, and following the 90 minute screening, we'll share our thoughts on the themes raised in the film and consider our responsibilities to addressing the issues highlighted.


Trans Men Speak

4/14 | 9:15am (**time changed from 10am) Zoom Link:

A panel with all trans men to talk about masculinity and gender identities.


Venture Out Film Screening and Discussion

4/15 | 7-8pm Registration Link:

Community sponsored event. Join us for a special evening with The Venter Out Project, a non-profit organization that brings LGBTQ folks together on wilderness trips. We’ll start with a showing of the short film Venture Out -  a story about overcoming odds, the power of resilience and ultimately the everlasting effects of LGBTQ community building. Join Venture Out Project Founder Perry Cohen and others for a panel and discussion.


Communicating While Queer

4/20 | 12:30pm-1:30pm  

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A dialogue and learning space focused on communication practices in queer communities and relationships.


The University Honors Program’s Gaypril 20/20 Presentations

4/21 | 11am   Zoom  Link:

A keynote address from UNH Professor, Holly Cashman, to frame the importance of designing and conducting research in marginalized populations. Next, University Honors Students and Faculty will present LGBTQIAP+ -related research in the imminently-approachable Pecha Kucha style (20 slides, shown for 20 seconds each). There will be time at the end for Q&A.


Asexuality & Campus Sex Culture

4/23 | 10am-11am

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A workshop to build your knowledge base about the spectrum of asexual identities, to deconstruct common myths and misconceptions about asexuality, and to explore how we can shift campus discourse and sex education to be more inclusive of our asexual community members.


Stonewall Grads Meeting + Game Night

4/23 | 4:30pm   

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Stonewall Grads is focused on building community among the LGBTQ+ and ally grad students at UNH, but anyone is welcome at our meetings and events! Our April meeting will include time to catch up with each other over Zoom followed by time to play games together online.


Film Screening and Discussion: Disclosure

4/27 | 7pm 

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Join UNH SHARPP for a virtual film screening. We'll be showing the film Disclosure (2020) which takes an in-depth look at Hollywood's current and historical depiction of transgender people and the impact of those stories on transgender lives and American culture.


GYT! Get yourself tested/screened for STIs/HIV at Health & Wellness during the month of April and get a free $5 gift card. Offer available to all UNH students. Registration Link:




Community Dialogue

Our programs and events enrich University life by providing a space for faculty, staff and students to engage in learning and dialogue on a wide scope of social justice and diversity topics about races, gender identities, abilities, ages, ethnicities, nationalities, religions and spiritual traditions, socio-economic classes, and sexual orientations.

    OMSA Story Circles:

    This program will provide a chance for the UNH Community to discuss what working towards social justice looks like in practice. Staff, Faculty and Professors will share their lived experiences of being socialized into oppression and/or dominance, navigating their complexities, and resisting these forces in everyday life. Their narratives will be the start of a conversation, opening up the space for participants to discuss their own narratives, reflecting on commonalities and divergences in personal experiences. Whether you’re new to thinking about social justice or it’s always on your mind, this should provide a chance for us all to learn and grow as a community.

    Enriching the Curriculum

    We welcome faculty involvement in our events. Additional educational materials accompanying each program are available; please contact our office for more information.

      Open to All

      All events are free, wheelchair-accessible, and open to the public. Click here for more information about our office location, parking, transportation, and directions to campus.

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