Pride 2016, October 24- November 3
Official Pride 2016 banner and tshirt mark, designed by Aisha Bibbs
*Please Note: Events happening on both Belknap and HSC campuses.
Monday, October 24
Teaching Up- How to teach your teachers without losing your medical career
Imagine that your attending doesn't prescribe a black patient painkillers because "they can handle more pain than other kinds of people," or a resident you are working with refuses to address a trans person by their preferred pronouns. How do you react? These are people who clearly have more authority, clout, and power than you.
In this session participants will watch portions of the session "Transforming Potential Minefields in Learning Opportunities" from the LGBTQ Health Summit, and pause for group discussion to focus on how medical students can navigate this difficult terrain of power differentials while on clerkships.
This session will be facilitated by a panel of attendings and residents.
Free lunch with RSVP.
This session is developed ad supported by medical student representatives from AMSA and HSC Pride, as well as the LGBT Center, Student Affairs, and Office for Community Engagement and Diversity.
Wednesday, October 26
LGBT Health Certificate session- Dentistry focused
Check here for information about the LGBT Health and Wellness Competency Certificate
Living with Pride
October 26, and EVERY Wednesday
UofL Counseling Center
215 Central Ave, Suite 201
*Open to any UofL Student*
This group provides a safe and accepting space for members to discuss topics pertaining to emotional wellbeing as they relate to members' sexual and gender identities. The group is led by a licensed therapist who facilitates a supportive dynamic among group members dealing with similar issues.
Topics are based on students' interest and have included: exploring one's identity, trust in relationships, dealing with discrimination and safety issues, friendships and dating, family and societal expectations, spirituality and identity, balancing academics and personal life, and mindfulness and healthy coping skills.
If you have questions or are interested in attending this group, please contact the group leader, Kimberly Cherry, LMFT, at the University of Louisville Counseling Center by calling 502.852.6585 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, October 27
HSC Pride Week Kickoff
Health Sciences Center Courtyard
Friday, October 28
Pride Week BloodDrive
Cardiovascular Innovation Institute Building
302 E. Muhammad Ali Blvd.,
Louisville, Ky 40202
Monday, October 31
Belknap Pride Week Kickoff & Flag Raising Ceremony
Red Barn & West Plaza
-Magnolia Photo Booth
Tuesday, November 1
Free & Confidential
Mouth swab (no needles!)
First come, first tested
Student Activities Center, Room W309
Health Promotion Wellbeing Central
Offered every Tuesday!
The LGBT Movement One Year After Obergefell
Brandeis School of Law, Room 275
Free lunch & presentation
Speakers: Chris Hartman, Fairness Campaign; T Benicio Gonzales, Board Member, ACLU of Kentucky; and Professor Jamie Abrams, UofL Brandeis School of Law
Film: Atempta, Dreams by the River/ Atempta Suenos a la orilla del rio
Reel Latin America: 23rd Annual American Film Festival
Ekstrom Library, Room W104
Language: Zapoteco and Spanish with English subtitles
Click here for film description
Thursday, November 3
Presented by the Student Activities Board
NCAA All-American Football Player, NFL Free Agent, & LGBT Athlete
Thursday, November 3
University of Louisville
Student Activities Center, Multi-Purpose Room
2100 S. Floyd Street
FREE with ticket: RSVP Here
Open to the Public
Parking Available in Floyd Street Garage
After ending his career at The University of Missouri as a consensus All-American and SEC Defensive Player of the Year, Michael Sam made history in 2014 when he became the first openly gay player ever drafted by an NFL team. Now with an inspiring story of a small town Texas football star who kept his secret from the world, Michael shares his triumphs over hardships, valuable lessons on leveraging individual personal strengths to pursue one's dreams, and lessons learned from key mentors in his life. Being true to yourself, remaining gracious and strong, and tackling life's challenges- this is the story of Michael Sam.