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Wednesday, September 29, 2021

CGE Stitching Circle

Join the Center for Gender Equity weekly for its Stitching Circle on Wednesdays @ 7pm - in the CGE Lounge (CUC c207) or via Zoom. Register at go.lehigh.edu/stitch Bring any creative project, all are welcome! Email Rita at rmj207@lehigh.edu with requests or accomodiations. All event attendees must follow current University COVID-19 health and safety measures >
Wednesday, September 29, 2021

Menstrual Product Donation Drive for Lehigh Valley Period Project

It is estimated that over 500 million people struggle with period poverty, or the lack of access to menstrual products, education, hygiene facilities, waste management, or a combination of these. To help end period poverty in the local Bethlehem community the Center for Gender Equity is accepting menstrual product donations until Friday, October 8th to support the Lehigh Valley Period Project. Donations can be dropped off at the CGE Lounge (CUC C207). The following types of products will be accepted and appreciated: Menstrual cups Reusable pads Period underwear Disposable pads Tampons Pantyliners If you would prefer to make a cash donation, please contact Kate Pitts directly at klp321@lehigh.edu. In addition to the product drive, we’ll be hosting Period Week from October 4th-8th in the lead up to National Period Day. Please visit https://go.lehigh.edu/periodweek2021 for information about all of our Period Week events.
Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Menstrual Product Donation Drive for Lehigh Valley Period Project

It is estimated that over 500 million people struggle with period poverty, or the lack of access to menstrual products, education, hygiene facilities, waste management, or a combination of these. To help end period poverty in the local Bethlehem community the Center for Gender Equity is accepting menstrual product donations until Friday, October 8th to support the Lehigh Valley Period Project. Donations can be dropped off at the CGE Lounge (CUC C207). The following types of products will be accepted and appreciated: Menstrual cups Reusable pads Period underwear Disposable pads Tampons Pantyliners If you would prefer to make a cash donation, please contact Kate Pitts directly at klp321@lehigh.edu. In addition to the product drive, we’ll be hosting Period Week from October 4th-8th in the lead up to National Period Day. Please visit https://go.lehigh.edu/periodweek2021 for information about all of our Period Week events.
Monday, September 27, 2021

Pride Center Mental Health Monday - Attacca Quartet

Grammy award winning Attacca Quartet are passionate advocates of queerness in the classical music scene. They're on campus and will be performing a short outdoor set, followed by Q&A led by Pride Center student staff member Dan Brody. We'd love for you to join us for this unique and intimate musical experience at 2pm, Sept. 27th on the UC Lawn by the flag pole. If inclement weather, we'll be in Linderman Library 200
Monday, September 27, 2021

Pride Center Queer Morning Bless "QMB"

To our queer community members, allies and advocates...what sustains & fulfills your heart? Let's begin & end our week together as we center ourselves in the shared knowing that we do this life best, when we create space for gratitude & compassion. Join us every Mon & Fri morning at 8:30am for this 15 min hybrid gathering. Offered in PC Lounge UC212 and also virtually at go.lehigh.edu/virtualpridecenterlounge
Monday, September 27, 2021

Menstrual Product Donation Drive for Lehigh Valley Period Project

It is estimated that over 500 million people struggle with period poverty, or the lack of access to menstrual products, education, hygiene facilities, waste management, or a combination of these. To help end period poverty in the local Bethlehem community the Center for Gender Equity is accepting menstrual product donations until Friday, October 8th to support the Lehigh Valley Period Project. Donations can be dropped off at the CGE Lounge (CUC C207). The following types of products will be accepted and appreciated: Menstrual cups Reusable pads Period underwear Disposable pads Tampons Pantyliners If you would prefer to make a cash donation, please contact Kate Pitts directly at klp321@lehigh.edu. In addition to the product drive, we’ll be hosting Period Week from October 4th-8th in the lead up to National Period Day. Please visit https://go.lehigh.edu/periodweek2021 for information about all of our Period Week events.
Friday, September 24, 2021

Self-Expression & Sustainability

Earn 5x10 credit by learning to evaluate your self expression through Fashion and Sustainability
Friday, September 24, 2021

Pride Center Queer Morning Bless "QMB"

To our queer community members, allies and advocates...what sustains & fulfills your heart? Let's begin & end our week together as we center ourselves in the shared knowing that we do this life best, when we create space for gratitude & compassion. Join us every Mon & Fri morning at 8:30am for this 15 min hybrid gathering. Offered in PC Lounge UC212 and also virtually at go.lehigh.edu/virtualpridecenterlounge
Thursday, September 23, 2021

CGE Virtual Reading Group

Join the CGE's virtual reading group on September 9th and 23rd from 3-4pm as they discuss Barbara Kiingsolver's The Poisonwood Bible. Email Kate (klp321@lehigh.edu) for more information
Thursday, September 23, 2021

Community M-Room: Sustainability: La Lucha Del Pueblo/ The Fight of the People

Sustainability: La Lucha Del Pueblo/ The Fight of the People. The 21st Century Dilemma between Development and Degradation. A conversation around how free trade agreements and structural adjustments toward the privatization of vital resource extraction processes impact vulnerable communities especially indigenous nations in the Global South. This Virtual M-Room is intended to be a discussion around access to clean water, quality air, and preservation of biodiversity. The dialogue hopes to see if sustainable development is feasible by engaging with M-Room participants to undergo a feasibility study of this equilibrium that limits the adverse effects of displacement, environmental degradation, and exploitation of laborers. Hosted by Ronald Johnson, Graduate Student, and Campus Engagement and Outreach Graduate Assistant Office of Sustainability, Latinx Student Alliance, and the Latino Leadership Alliance of the Lehigh Valley. Join us at: http://bit.ly/OMAlounge

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