Panel discussion/seminar: Homosexuality Under the Dome: Past Struggles and Present Solutions


Location: Carey Auditorium, Hesburgh Library

Part of Notre Dame’s StaND Against Hate Week (April 12-17).

The purpose of this event is to provide the Notre Dame community with the opportunities to: 1) Learn about ND’s history of homophobia and discrimination towards its LGBTQ community; 2) Understand the psychology behind people acting aggressively towards sexual minorities; and 3) Discuss solutions for creating a more inclusive and accepting campus culture for Notre Dame’s LGBTQ community. The panel includes alumni and current ND students.

The second part of the evening includes a seminar by Dominic Parrott, assistant professor of psychology at Georgia State University and licensed clinical psychologist.

This event is open to all Notre Dame students, faculty, and staff and is free to attend.

Co-sponsored by: Student Government; Core Council for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Questioning Students; Gender Relations Center; Gender Studies Program; and Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, College of Arts and Letters.

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