Come join Pride Alliance for a couple hours of what everyone at Tech seems to do most. Work on that homework assignment, write that project paper, or just enjoy some free coffee and the company of Pride Alliance. This is a safe space for LGBTQIA students and their allies.
Each year, we host a variety of different events to help you get aquainted with the community on campus. During this week, we have a welcome reception with the LGBTQIA Center, our first General Meeting, a fun activity, and a volunteering event. In this week, many other organizations hold event so it is fine if you can only make it to a few events just stop in and enjoy!
Leading up to the Atlanta Pride celebration, Out Week host a large variety of events to help boost visibility of the community on campus. In other words, a full week of being Loud & Proud on Georgia Tech's campus. With our tables on Tech Walkway or events with the LGBTQIA Center, we work to celebrate our community.
Queer Campfire Stories is an event created to provide a space for LGBTQIA+ students later in their career to share their experience and offer advice to others in the community. We are looking to provide a breadth of experiences. The night ends with an open mic for anyone who wants to share.
Queer Black Greatness
A meeting held during black history month, Queer Black Greatness aims to highlight the achievements of our black peers. This year, we screened Kantwon Roger's TedTalk "My Life as a Martyr: The Misadventures of a (Tired) Gay Black Man" and held a Q&A afterwards.
As an affiliate chapter of oSTEM, we host a variety of events aimed at the interection of STEM and queer identitites. This year, we went through history of Queerness in STEM, and held a conversation on how to professionally navigate STEM environments.
Many of our events are aimed at provide education oppurtunitites. Intersex 101 aims to educate the community on what the term "intersex" means as well as discuss the struggles faced by our peers who are intersex.
Lost-n-Found Youth is an Atlanta-based nonprofit organization whose mission is to take homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans youths up to age 25 off the street and transition them into permanent housing.
Learn about Georgia’s legislative process. The presentation will be followed by a letter writing portion where you can choose to write to your representative of choice. Civic engagement is a responsibility not a choice!
From the Commmunity
An Atlanta-based queer and trans, arts and advocacy organization and festival celebrating the vibrant communities of the Southern United States. Cooked in the oils of our forequeers of the Compton Cafeteria Riots, the Stonewall Riots, ACT UP, and the many radical uprisings of years past, SFQP holds close to the political identity of being queer.
Welcome to Charis Books and More, the South's oldest independent feminist bookstore. Celebrating radical and independent voices in the heart of the South since 1974! We specialize in diverse and unique children's books, Feminist and cultural studies books and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer fiction and non-fiction.
AID Atlanta is driving its strategic direction to achieve our vision to get record numbers of individuals tested and quickly linked to care. We are on target to achieve significant milestones towards the Agency’s transformation. Ongoing initiatives include, expanded behavioral health and case management services, expanded HIV/STI testing and clinic hours, and an onsite pharmacy.
Looking to connect with other LGBTQIA students in a friendly, low-key setting? Come along to Q Chats, the LGBTQIA Resource Center's student-led discussion groups. The Queer Women's, Men's, People of Color, and Trans / Gender Non-Conforming, and Gender-Questioning groups meet bi-monthly throughout the semester. All groups are trans inclusive.
The LGBTQIA Interfaith Lunch & Learn series encourages conversation around the intersection of gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, and faith traditions. The series began in response to the needs of our LGBTQIA people of faith who seek to reconcile and celebrate identities that lie at the the intersection of gender, sexuality, faith, religion, and spirituality. One lunch is hosted each semester!