Oregon Student Equal Rights Alliance Symposium Workshop Proposal
The goal of this unique symposium is to politicize LGBTQ+ college students around issues affecting them and increase their ability to advocate for an affordable, quality, and safe college education. This conference will prioritize the needs, voices, and issues of LGBTQ+ students while challenging societal norms around gender identity and sexual orientation. We want to provide an opportunity to queer and trans students to come together and learn in ways that are often not provided on individual campuses due to lack of support and resources. Workshop Sessions are an hour and twenty minutes long, presenters should ensure the content of their workshop can fill that amount of time. This year's symposium will be held at Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR and the theme is Transcending Boundaries, focusing on the queer and trans immigrant justice movement here and across the world.

Deadline for Submission: 5pm on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019

Potential Workshop Topics:
Queer and Trans Immigration Justice
Know your rights training
History of Immigration in Oregon
LGBTQ+ History of Oregon
QTPOC Leaders of social justice movements
Presentation on Anti Blackness in LGBTQ+ Communities
Abolishing ICE
Disability Justice
Building an Intersectional LGTBQ+ Movement
Trans People of Color
Racial Profiling
Cultural Appropriation
Queer Womxn of Color
Working and organizing around police brutality
Queer People of Color
LGBTQ+ Fundraising
Story-telling
Healing Justice
Transformative Justice
Direct Action Organizing
Food and Housing Insecurity for LGBTQ+ Youth
Internalized Oppression within the LGBTQ+ Community
Running for Office

*Note: As a small non-profit, we do not pay workshop presenters or provide compensation for travel. If you are excited to join us at the OSERA Symposium and travel is your only barrier please reach out to Molly at molly@orstudents.org

Presenter Information
If you have more than three presenters for your workshop please email Molly Walker, Events and Development Director at molly@orstudents.org with their information in the same format as list below. First and Last name, pronouns, title/position, organization, phone number, email address.

**Important: We do need contact information for all presenters to ensure that everyone receives communication about the symposium.

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In this workshop basic, intermediate, or advanced? *
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