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The Bridge Program
"Tribute to Women's Health"
February 28th 6:00 p.m. 
LSU African American Cultural Center
Sponsored by the LSU African American Cultural Center
 and Women's Center
 
WOW Day of Service
March 1st 
Our WOW Day of Service; we'll be lending a helping hand, or
twenty, to the Battered Women's Program.  

Women in the Arts Gallery Night
March 5th 7:00 pm
LSU Women's Center 
Women in the Arts was founded in order to “promote 
the fellowship and work of women artists at LSU.” 
However, we not only welcome, but encourage 
participation from all artists who portray different aspects
of gender issues.
 

WGS Conference Keynote Address 
Thursday, March 6th 6:00 pm 
Design Building Auditorium 
Speaker: Dr. AnaLouise Keating, Professor of Women's Studies
 at Texas Women's University and author and editor of several
 books. Her work crosses borders in such fields as feminist theory,
 queer theory, critical race theory, U.S. women of color, and critical
pedagogy.
 
Women's and Gender Studies Conference
Friday, March 7th  8:00 am to 4:30 pm
LSU Peabody Hall
Conference Program and more information can be found at
 www.lsu.edu/wgs
Under the Radar:A Speakers Series Celebrating 
Queer Issues & Diversity 
Friday, March 7th 5pm 
Design Building Auditorium
Ana-Maurine Lara, Erzulie’s Skirt, and Lenelle Moïse, Madivinez,    
with Professor Solimar Otera
 
Women Educational Series:
Campus Safety and Self Awareness
Monday, March 10th 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm.  
Location: 143 Coates Hall
 
WOW/GBLSU/WGSGO Social  
March 11th, 5:00 pm
LSU Women's Center
Let's get to know each other! Join us for an opportunity to

meet like-minded folks, talk about gender and sexuality,
and make friends. We'll have refreshments and queer and 
feminist friendly buttons! Be sure to stick around for Gender 
on Film!
 
Gender on Film: Transparent
March 11th 6:00 pm
LSU Women's Center
Join us for the third film for the Spring. Directed by Jules
Russkam this documentary is about 19 female-to-male

transsexuals living in the United States who have given birth
and, in all but a few stories, gone on to raise their biological
children. Discussion after the film will focus on female to male
transsexuality, parenting, and breaking binaries. 
  

The Vagina Monologues

March 13th 7:00 pm 
International Cultural Center 
To further the mission of ending sexual violence, Women 
Organizing Women at LSU is organizing a V-Day celebration! 
Our V-Day 2008 celebration will include a production of The
Vagina Monologues and a Pro-Vagina Art Gallery Exhibit.
 

Women in the Performing Arts 
March 28th 6:00 – 8:00pm
 International Cultural Center
 
LSU WHM Community Service Project

Saturday, March 29th 9 a.m. Old South Baton Rouge, Specific 
Location: Sweet Dreams Shelter
Complete the online registration form at www.lsu.edu/wc

Ecofeminism Event

Early April 
We will be working with ECO on an 
Ecofeminism event for a yet to be determined date.

 
Gender on Film: Don't Need You,
 the Herstory of Riot GRRL
April 14th 6:00 pm

"Don't Need You" is a documentary film that tells the story of
the origins of Riot Grrrl in the American independent music 
scene of the 1990s, and how this feminist movement evolved
into a revolutionary underground network of education and 
self-awareness through music, writing, activism, and
women-friendly community. Post film discussion will focus
on feminist activism, riot grrls and social movements. 
 
Women in Politics Week

April 14 - 18th 

We'll have a voter registration drive, education campaign, and
a .....

 

Women in Politics Panel Discussion

April 17th 6pm - 8pm
LSU Union Acadian Room