Founded in 1974, the Women’s Center was established to:
Dismantle, from a feminist perspective, all forms of oppression, including but not limited to those based on ability, age, class, ethnicity, gender, race, and sexual orientation.
Advocate for an equitable environment free from violence and harassment based on gender, race, and sexual orientation.
Create an anti-racist, non-sexist, queer-affirmative space where all people can feel valued and safe.
Facilitate and strengthen connections among people across lines of difference through programming and educational campaigns.
Integrate an appreciation of Women's Gender and Multicultural Studies across the disciplines.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Sam Killerman; Queer History Month Keynote Speaker

Hey readers!

Tonight at 7pm in the Alumni Lounges the Women's Center will be presenting our Queer History Month Keynote speaker, Sam Killermann. Sam will be covering topics about snap judgments, identity, and oppression. He is known as half-comedian, writer, and performer, but is most recognized from his popular and edifying website. Sam completed his undergraduate career at Purdue University and received his Master's from Bowling Green State University.

Come out tonight in support of and to celebrate Queer History Month with Sam Killermann and the Ramapo College student body. 

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