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Disability Rights Week

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"The way to change people's minds is to touch their hearts."
-LuAnn Helms

Mission Statement

The mission of the panels is to educate students, teachers, faculty and staff about LGBTQQI2SA issues, engage in active conversation, and cultivate acceptance and understanding of diverse thought and culture.

What is a Panel?

A panel is made up of LGBTQQI2SA students to talk about their personal experiences and to educate others about the community and other issues. The members of the panel will talk about their experiences and field questions from the audience.

Comments or Concerns:

All comments and concerns can be directed to Access & Diversity Center. If there are any panel members that are of concern, please contact us as soon as possible.

How Can I Request a Panel?

Please contact Access & Diversity Center, keeping in mind that panel requests must be submitted two weeks in advance.

Access & Diversity Center
0185 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84321-0185
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Phone: 435.797.1728
LGBTQA Center: 435.797.GAYS (4297
Program Coordinator: Brooke Lambert, 435-797-1164, brooke.lambert@usu.edu