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The Office of Inclusive Excellence is pleased to announce the second set of posters in the Beyond the Stereotype campaign series, which aims to educate the public and campus community about the impact of microaggressions and stereotypes on marginalized communities. Now in this second series, Beyond the Stereotype: There is Pride is designed to foster understanding and empathy toward the LGBTQA community. The Context library Series welcomed the campaign for the second time and is hosting the poster exhibit in the University Libraray Gallery (3rd floor) along with a panel discussion to encourage complex and authentic conversations regarding sexual orientation, gender diversity, and intersectionality. It ensures that students, staff, and faculty see themselves reflected across campus and encourages critical conversations by giving the CSUSM community a platform to share experiences and speak out against discrimination.
The posters will be on exhibit in the University Library Gallery (3rd floor) until December 17, 2018. Free and open to the public during all library hours. In Spring 2019 The University Student Union will host the poster series.
This campaign is led by the CSUSM Office of Inclusive Excellence in partnership with the Gender Equity Center and the LGBTQA Pride Center. Partners of the campaign are offering ongoing workshops activities, and discussions around the topics raised by these posters. We provide curriculum, resources, readings and other information on cultural appropriation, stereotypes, and microaggressions which can be found at the Beyond the Stereotype Resource page.
The first Beyond the Stereotype campaign focused race and ethnicity on the topic of cultural appropriation; posters from that campaign can be viewed on the 3rd floor of the CSUSM University Student Union.
We hope to release the future a round of posters that will address stereotypes of other marginalized groups, which would include, but not be limited to, sex, disability, class, and religious and cultural groups.