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MISSION

The Gender Issues Centre is a centre for all Lakehead University students.

We initiate and support positive Feminist-Womanist action concerning gender, socio-economic status, ethnicity, religion, culture, family life, sexual orientation, gender identity and difference in physical or mental abilities.

Working from an anti-oppressive and feminist framework, this is a safe and inclusive place to meet new people, access resources, and get involved. We encourage communication, action, awareness, self-reflection and compassion.

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Join us for LUSU Radio Hour every Thursday, 10-11 am and Queer Radio on Mondays, 6-7 pm. Visit LU radio.ca for the live-stream & more cool shows!

 

Gender Issues Centre shared Thunder Bay Art Gallery's Christian Chapman & Bev Koski: Recast. ... See MoreSee Less

Christian Chapman & Bev Koski: Recast

July 9, 2015, 7:30pm

Thunder Bay Art Gallery

Christian Chapman & Bev Koski: Recast June 19 – September 6 Curated by Lisa Myers Organized by Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography Opening Reception and Artist and Curator Talk: July 9 at...

Gender Issues Centre shared Good Food Box Thunder Bay's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

The LOCALLY GROWN GOOD FOOD BOX is the main fundraiser for the GFB program. The first local box of the 2015 season will be available for pick up July 23rd. All local boxes are $60 & include a $20 dona...

The Department of Women’s Studies invites you to a research presentation by Dr. Jennifer Chisholm, University of Western Ontario.

The presentation will be called “The Business of Babies”: Examining Elective Prenatal Ultrasound Imaging in Canada.

Date: Tuesday, June 30
Time: 9:30 am
Location: ATAC 5035

Everyone is welcome to attend. Please send questions to Dr. Jennifer Roth at jennifer.roth@lakeheadu.ca.
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The Department of Women’s Studies invites you to a research presentation by Dr. Peter Balogh, Carleton University.

The presentation is called Queer Quarantine: Monsterization, Criminalization and the Cultural Implications of “Bad Blood” for Sexual and Gender “Outlaws” in Canada.

Date: Monday, June 29
Time: 9:30 am
Location: ATAC 5035

Everyone is welcome to attend. Please send questions to Dr. Jennifer Roth at jennifer.roth@lakeheadu.ca.
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