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WELCOME & BLOG INFO

Welcome to the Q Blog! We hope it is helpful, encouraging, and enlightening. Through this blog we hope to interact with our
communities and provide educational materials for site viewers by entertaining questions, discussing news, and sharing stories.
Viewers are able to comment on blog entries, send staff emails (if provided), and “contact us.” Please keep in mind that though
this is a virtual space, we intend it to be a liberatory space.

To that end hateful exchanges will be eliminated from the blog. No hate speech. At all. Ever. Comments will be deleted and
depending on our follow-up with the involved parties could result in the party(ies) being reported and/or blocked. Please
mindfully and respectfully engage with this space and other site users. Remember: this site is a resource, grounded in
liberatory/social justice values. This site is meant for anyone who needs it and this requires us to be responsible to ourselves
and others.

If you would like for us to publish a blog post on our Student Blog, please fill out this form. Enjoy the site! If you have any
comments, questions, or concerns send us a message via the “contact us” tab above. :) Also, if you want to leave a comment,
you are asked for your name and email address. You can make up a name and put in any email address you want,
it does not have to be a UW address.

Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight

The Q Center wishes farewell and a fabulous future to our graduating staff members! James, Ginger, and Lor filled us in on their favorite UW…

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Qmmunity Quarterly (Q2) - Spring 2014

Qmmunity Quarterly (Q2) – Spring 2014

In this edition: Lavender Graduation 2014: Be Your Own Queen 9th Annual Qolors Reception with Mia McKenzie Student Spotlight Pride Points We are proud to…

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Sara Farizan's "If You Could Be Mine (ALGONQUIN)" Reading & Book Signing

Sara Farizan’s “If You Could Be Mine (ALGONQUIN)” Reading & Book Signing

A seventeen-year-old girl in Iran longs to carry on her relationship with her best friend Nasrin in public, but their country is a dangerous place for…

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May Events Digest Style

May Events Digest Style

MAY 10th 5pm Broken Bodies, Brainwash Ph.Ds. PBP: Police Brutality Profiling Ethnic Cultural Center   MAY 11th 3pm Krip-Hop Nation/5th Battalion Presents Police Brutality Profiling,…

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