New York LGBT Community & Students Host Panel Discussion on Images of Trans People in the Media at Columbia University
What: “Where’s the “T” In Media: Exploring the Mis(representation) of transsexual, transgender and intersex People In the Media” is a panel discussion presented by Columbia Queer Alliance (CQA), Media Advocates Giving National Equality to Transsexual & Transgender People (MAGNET), Quam 2010 and GendeRevolution. After the panel discussion there will be a Q & A from the audience
· Ashley Love - an organizer w/ MAGNET -Media Advocates Giving National Equality to Transsexual & Transgender People
· Noah Lewis - Staff Attorney at Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund
· Deb Sprague -Writer-Producer: Premiere Radio Network
· Kyle Lukoff - Barnard alum
When: Wednesday October 13, 2010 @ 7pm
Where: 304 Barnard Hall, Columbia University, NYC (see directions below)
Why: In honor of Gender Rights Week, this discussion will focus on the depictions of transsexual, transgender and intersex images in the media. With an abundance of trans images in the last 5 years, are these images affirming trans people, or dehumanizing them? Noted trans leaders and college students offer the facts, and their opinions.
refreshments will be served
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(1) Take the 1 train to the 116th St stop.
(2) Cross to the west side of Broadway Avenue, opposite the entrance to Columbia University's main campus.
(3) Walk north, until you reach a set of open gates on your left. Barnard Hall will be inside the gates, immediately to your left