Buff Allies Events and Training
6th Annual Social Justice Leadership Conference
Marginalized Voices: Narratives Making a Difference
Keynote Speaker Jack Repp, Holocaust Survivor, from the Dallas Holocaust Museum of Education and Tolerance
Thursday, March 5, 6:00 pm
JBK, Legacy Hall
Free and Open to the Public
6pm-6:45pm Hors d’oeuvres & Reception
6:45pm-7pm Introduction of Jack Repp by Dr. Elizabeth Clark
7pm-8:15pm Jack Repp Public Address
8:15-8:45 Q&A with Jack Repp and Wrap Up
Concurrent Conference Panel Sessions
March 6, Noon-5pm
FREE LUNCH & Open to the first 100 WTAMU students that register
12 noon – 12:30pm Lunch & Reception
12:30pm-1:30pm Panel Presentation by WT faculty, staff, and Jack Repp
1:30pm-2pm Cultural Circle with all participants
2pm-5pm Conference Panels and Workshops
Lunch 'n Learn: Trans* Identities
Monday, April 20, Noon-1pm
Lunch 'n Learn: Religion and LGBTQIA Communities
Monday, February 16, Noon-1 pm
JBK Senate Chambers
Join us for a discussion featuring community religious leaders talking about religion and LGBTQIA Communities.
New Student Orientation – Buff Allies Table in Legacy Hall
Buff Allies hosted a table at all six New Student Orientations last summer!
Dr. Medlock (left) and Dr. Stuntz at the Buff Allies Table Alice MillerMacPhee (left), Sergeant Nethery
(center), Lana King at the Buff Allies Table
LGBTQ Voices on Campus
Monday, October 20th
JBK Senate Chamber
Ever wonder about LGBTQ voices at WT? Have questions about the Buff Allies? Join us for LGBTQ Voices on Campus: A Panel Discussion. This is an opportunity to learn about experiences on campus and ask questions.
Professor Stephen Stillwell
Tuesday, October 21st
7 p.m. * FAC Recital Hall
Professor and Librarian Stephen Stillwell will present his lecture: The Gay? Proconsuls and ponder issues around the sexuality of nineteenth and twentieth century characters involved in British imperialism.
Lunch 'n Learn
Thursday, November 13, 2014
12:30-1:30 pm, FAC Recital Hall
Faces of Feminism: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. Come and listen to WT faculty talk about what feminism is and how it has impacted their lives.