The University of Louisville LGBT Center is committed to dismantling cisheteropatriarchy and other systems of oppression. We strive to affirm LGBTQ+ students, staff and faculty through an anti-racist lens, rooted in social justice and intersectionality.
The University of Louisville LGBT Center welcomes ALL who are dedicated to collective liberation, centering the experiences of those who have been most marginalized.
- Advocacy & Support - Provide programming and resources that enhances experiences for LGBTQ+ community members and supports their academic success. Empower the LGBTQ+ campus community to reach their full potential; not only survive but THRIVE.
- Education - Educate students, faculty, and staff on the evolving body of research and lived experiences related to affirming our LGBTQ+ campus community members.
- Outreach – Through programs, trainings and signature events, the center cultivates a connection with the campus community to bring awareness and provide ongoing support services.
- Consultation – Advise campus and community partners on “best practices” and resources available in serving LGBTQ+ community members.
In the spirit of supporting and fostering learning through the generation and sharing of knowledge, the University of Louisville Cultural Center would like to acknowledge that the land we are meeting on today is the original homeland of the Shawnee, Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Osage tribal nations. We acknowledge the painful history of genocide and forced removal from this territory, and we honor and respect the many diverse Indigenous 乐虎游戏s still connected to this land on which we gather.
Con el espíritu de apoyar y fomentar el aprendizaje a través de la generación y el intercambio de conocimientos, el Centro Cultural de la Universidad de Louisville quisiera reconocer que la tierra en la que nos reunimos hoy es la patria original de las naciones tribales Shawnee, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Osage. Reconocemos la dolorosa historia de genocidio y expulsión forzada de este territorio, y honramos y respetamos a los diversos pueblos indígenas que aún están conectados a esta tierra en la que nos reunimos.