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Episode 7 - Pride Month and queer resources with Moss

Episode 7 – Pride Month and queer resources with Moss

Isabella McClintock and Justin Fry | June 12, 2023

Waiting for class to start? Commuting to campus? Need something to listen to and want to stay updated about what’s happening on campus. We’ve got you covered! Students on Campus is a weekly...

June is Pride month, honor the month with these recommendations.

Commemorate Pride with these five multimedia suggestions

E.W. Park, Reporter | June 27, 2022

Queerness is beyond just pride — it’s happy, messy and above all else just living life. There’s many examples of queerness in media, but they’re not all great. Most of them, especially from large...

Cartoonist leads De Anza students in drawing exercises in Queer Storytelling Workshop Event

Cartoonist leads De Anza students in drawing exercises in Queer Storytelling Workshop Event

Maida Suta, Reporter | June 4, 2021
Bay Area writer and cartoonist Trinidad Escobar guided attendees through sketches and a self-portrait while discussing her art and experiences as a queer woman in the Queer Storytelling Drawing Workshop on May 13 at De Anza College.
Source: Pixabay

Police officers have no right to march in Pride

Maida Suta, Reporter | May 30, 2021
The New York City Pride parade were right to ban police officers from marching in the event, as it helps create a safe space against an oppressive institution.
We Stand as Allies, graphic by Joy Seet

How people are celebrating Pride Month during the pandemic through art

Roselle Lagmay, Reporter | June 23, 2020

The month of June will be different for the LGBTQ+ communities as cities across the nation have canceled their pride parades and celebrations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This month commemorates the...

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