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Board and Volunteer Information Meeting(s) in Olympia, WA [May. 12th, 2008|05:41 pm]
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iraenicole
Hey everyone here is some information about our group for those that haven't heard of us yet and information about things that are coming up for those that would like to be involved.

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New Transgender Organization! [Mar. 11th, 2008|10:09 pm]
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ironmysandwich
Hi everyone,

We're starting a new nonprofit organization (Project: Transitions) in the Olympia area and we're holding a community forum to spread the word and get feedback.

The aim of Project: Transitions is to provide support and assistance for transgender people living in the state of Washington.

The community forum will be held on Thursday March 20 at 6:30 pm at the Olympia Community Center room 206. Everyone is welcome to come ask questions, share your ideas, and get involved!
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From the EQA email... [Feb. 4th, 2008|07:21 pm]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

ironmysandwich
I don't personally know the person who sent this to us, but she has all the approval stuff worked out and this email was sent to all the queer college groups in the area, so it seems pretty sound. If you qualify, you should fill it out. More research on the needs of the queer community is always needed, in my opinion.

survey for lesbians and bisexual womenCollapse )
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Coming Event! [Jan. 26th, 2008|07:02 pm]
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ironmysandwich
Get out your day planners...

(forwarded to the EQA from faculty member Karen Hogan...much thanks, Karen!)

Jennifer Finney Boylan teaches writing, literature, and gender studies at Colby College. She published seven books of fiction as James Finney Boylan. Her memoir, She's Not There: A Life in Two Genders, discusses her transition from James to Jennifer and the effects that it had on her family, friends, and colleagues.

She will be reading from her latest book, I'm Looking Through You: Growing Up Haunted, at noon on Wednesday 6 February in B3107 Sem II. There may be some opportunity to meet with her later that afternoon as part of a smaller group particularly interesting in writing, literature, and gender studies, including issues of gender identity.
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Upcoming event! [Nov. 12th, 2007|04:39 pm]
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ironmysandwich
Don't forget: this Thursday is Homo for the Holidays! 5:30 up in student activities (CAB 320). It's a potluck, so bring something to share! Also, bring your stories about your weird and/or awful relatives that you have to put up with during the holidays every year.


Also, this announcement was sent to our EQA email...it may be of interest to some of you so check it out.

Seattle Black Pride eventCollapse )
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Did anyone see this [Oct. 20th, 2007|12:44 am]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

triprc
Hey Harry Potter fans,

http://www.newsweek.com/id/50787
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OMP Drag Bingo! [Sep. 26th, 2007|09:54 pm]
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ironmysandwich
It's obviously the time for cool queer events, because I found another one in the EQA inbox. This time from the Olympia Men's Project. Read on...

Drag Bingo is almost here!
Olympia Men's Project Presents Drag Bing on Tuesday, October 2nd. The event will be hosted by the fabulous Nona Lisa and Dolly Parton!! (or at least, someone who poses a striking resemblance to Dolly) Expect awesome prizes and performances and of course bingo. The event is going on from 9-11pm and is open to all people 21 and up. We have got awesome prizes and performances. There is a $2 suggested donation and all proceeds go to Olympia Men's Project. This event is happening at Jakes on 4 th- 311 E 4th Ave. Let us know if you want to perform or are interested in helping out.

Call OMP for more information at 352-2375.
Olympia Men's Project is a community building group for gay, bi, trans and queer men ages 18-29. OMP is a program of United Communities AIDS Network.

Please Repost this message to all lists you are apart of. The more people the better.
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Author event, Felicia Luna Lemus [Sep. 26th, 2007|09:39 pm]
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ironmysandwich
Greg Mullins, a faculty member, sent this announcement to the EQA email. I'll put it up on the website calendar, as well. The book looks interesting... thinking of giving it a shot myself...


I'm writing to let you know about an upcoming author visit at the Olympia
Timberland Library on Tuesday, October 9th from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Author
Felicia Luna Lemus will be reading from, speaking about, and signing her
latest novel Like Son. For more on the author and her book, please check
out the author's website at:

www.felicialunalemus.com
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Pride Foundation Raffle [Sep. 3rd, 2007|01:56 pm]
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ironmysandwich
The Pride Foundation is having a non-profit raffle. It's free to enter and if you win the Pride Foundation will donate $2500 to the GLBTetc nonprofit group of your choice.

GLSEN Washington State emailed the EQA asking us to enter in their behalf. I did so with my name, but feel free to name whatever nonprofit group you personally think deserves to win the money.

Here's the link to enter the raffle:
Raffle
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(no subject) [Aug. 30th, 2007|11:30 am]
Evergreen Queer Alliance

ironmysandwich
Lewis County AIDS Walk sent this story out to raise awareness. PFLAG forwarded it to the EQA's email and I thought some of you may be interested in reading it.

Why I wear a Red Ribbon...Collapse )
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