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Gender Identity Awareness Resources: Gender Identity Awareness Week: Programs and Events


List of Events



  • Gender Identity + Being QTPOC 

Thursday Nov. 19th | 12:30pm-2pm 

Join us on a conversation on the intersectionality of expressing your gender identity(s) and being a Queer or Trans Person of Color. This session is for folks who identify as a person of color and part of the LGBTQAIPP+ community.   

Location: The Beauregard Center, MUB RM 120 



  • Body Positivity Event: The Media and Body Image 

Thursday Nov. 19th | 1-2pm 

With more time being spent scrolling through social media and watching tv, does this begin to affect how we feel about ourselves? Join us for a presentation and discussion about the media and how it can affect body image, and learn some useful tips on how to improve your own body image. Led by Laila Hammam and Eating Concerns Mentors. 



  • Chair Yoga  

Thursday Nov. 19th | 4pm-4:30pm 

With our campus going remote for the remainder of the semester, it’s a great time to learn and practice some simple yoga moves that will help you stretch and relax, right in your chair. Led by Kathleen Grace-Bishop. 



  • History of Trans and Intersex Individuals Through Time and Space  

Thursday Nov. 19th | 6pm-7:15pm 

Anthony Redgrave, M.S. (co-founder, Trans Doe Task Force; founder, Forensic Genealogy for Law Enforcement; co-founder, Redgrave Research Forensic Services) will give presentation  on and familiarize the audience with the deep history of non-binary, transgender, and intersex individuals in history and culture. 



  • The Work of the Trans Doe Task Force: Combining Forensic Anthropology and Genetic Genealogy to Solve Cold Cases  

Thursday Nov. 19th | 7:15pm-8pm 

Dr. Amy Michael (UNH) and Lee and Anthony Redgrave (genetic genealogists and founders of the Trans Doe Task Force) would discuss advocacy and scientific advances in identifying trans and gender non-binary victims of violence.  



  • Gender Identity and the Law 

Friday Nov. 20th | 2pm-3pm 

This one-hour program will be presented by Kathy Fletcher, Public Services Librarian and Professor Ann Bartow, both at the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law.  The program is two parts.  In part one, Kathy reviews the legislative history of NH Law Chapter 176 (2018), which both defined gender identity and prohibited discrimination based on gender identity.  In part two of the program, Ann will present a review of the recent legal literature surrounding gender identity issues.  



  • Trans UNH Open Meeting 

Friday Nov. 20th | 6pm 

Come chat with TUNH and learn about what it means to be trans on campus, all while playing some fun games and making connections! 



  • Paint Night with Alliance and Trans UNH 

Friday Nov. 20th | 7pm-8:30pm 

Come join Alliance and Trans UNH in creating paintings centered around identity and expression! A valid Wildcat pass and reservation are required to attend. More information on how to make a reservation coming soon. 


Location: Memorial Union Building Stafford Room