LGBT+ History Month

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LGBT+ History Month is a time to celebrate liberation and promote equality and diversity for all. This is done in a number of ways to raise awareness of matters affecting the LGBT+ community.

Brighton Students' Union are happy to support and promote LGBT+ History Month as we strongly believe in inclusivity and equality for all.

Our fantastic LGBT+ society have organised a range of brilliant events throughout the month for you to get involved with. If you want to get involved with the BSU LGBT+ society, join their Facebook group or sign up here. The University, UoB LGBT+ Staff Network and University of Brighton Alumni have also created events to celebrate the month, view all events below!

If you want to find out more about LGBT+ History Month, head to the official page

Event Description Date & Time Location
Pride Movie Viewing

Pride is a 2014 British LGBT-related historical comedy-drama film written by Stephen Beresford and directed by Matthew Warchus. Based on a true story. Hosted by the LGBTQ+ Society

4th February 6pm Cockcroft Lt1, Moulsecoomb
Valentine's Day Craft Get involved with the LGBTQ+ Society's Craft Evening!  14th February 6pm

Cockcroft 808, Moulsecoomb

Valentine's FOMO Celebrate Valentine's Day with the LGBTQ+ Society 14th February 10pm Bar & Club Revenge
February Barcrawl and Blowout A night out at Bar and Club Revenge with the LGBTQ+ Society 19th February 10pm Bar & Club Revenge
Brighton Voices: Social Media- Friend or Foe? Hosted by University of Brighton Alumni Association, a multimedia presentation given by Fox & Owl Fisher followed by a Q&A session, suggested donation of £3 for entry. More info here. 20th February 6:30pm-8:30pm Sallis Benney Theatre, Grand Parade
Student Pride

The annual Pride festival with live streamed panels, performances and the Pride.Careers graduate recruitment fair. Students from all over the world travel to the biggest gathering of LGBTQ+ students in the UK. 

23rd-24th February Westminister Uni, London
Being a LGBTQ+ Role Model

Held by Emily Brooks and Alan Baser, they will be discussing how to be a role model in the workplace. Open to LGBT+ identifying students and staff. Hosted by UoB LGBT+ Staff Network 

25th February 1pm-2pm Huxley 407, Moulsecoomb
LGBTQ+ History Quiz Round off the LGBT+ History Month with a quiz hosted by the LGBTQ+ Society!  28th February 6pm The Hive SU Cafe-Bar, Falmer

We also have rainbow laces (for £2) for sale in our SU receptions to raise awareness of the Stonewall campaign to make sport everyone's game. 


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