City College’s Queer Resource Center hosts Pride Lunch on the last Tuesday of every month from noon to 2 p.m., featuring games, activities, and free food.
“I wanted to share my loved ones,” he added. Finao began his call and response by honoring a trans-man from his life whom he lovingly referred to as his brother.
San Francisco’s is home to one of the largest and most visible LGBTQ+ communities in the world. How are LGBTQ+ community spaces around the city and at City College continuing program accessibility with the public’s support during the COVID-19 pandemic?
This year’s Women’s History Month theme is “We Keep Each Other Safe.” The programming offers a series of 13 free remote events including multiple healthy relationship workshops with Project SURVIVE. The Women’s and Gender Studies department, Women’s Resource Center, Queer Resource Center, and Associated Students have also organized events.
The Ramaytush Ohlone are the original inhabitants of the San Francisco Peninsula. Long sought-after, generational change is in the making—at City College, it begins with the Land Acknowledgement Initiative.
The City College’s Queer Resource Center is holding an event series for transmasculine and masculine of center individuals during the pandemic.
Despite City College closing down along with other schools in San Francisco, campus resources persist in making their presence known. City College’s Library, Queer Resource Center, Disabled Students Programs & Services, and the Career Development Counseling have provided students resources and contact, so that their educational goals could be met during the shelter in place order.
City College’s Queer Resource Center moved to a bigger and brighter location in Cloud Hall
Along with the resource center, the San Francisco LGBT Community Center will incorporate National Coming Out Day as the kick-off to Economic Empowerment Week.
The week-long event will offer financial workshops. Attendance is free and open to the public from Oct. 11-15.
City College is on the verge of making LGBT Studies an official major, pending the approval of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s office in Sacramento.