SJU’s Spectrum February Newsletter

We’re Social!
↑ Check out our calendar for the month of February ↑
Keep scrolling to read more about all the events happening this month.
!Leadership Opportunities!
Are you interested in taking a moreactive role on campus?
Are you passionate about equal rights? Specifically GSM rights?

We are currently looking for committed individuals to assist our various pillars with upcoming programing and promotion.

If interested, please contact us at
It’s Not So Black & White
“But it’s not so Black and White…”

Join us along with the Radiant Sisters of Omega Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. on February 6 during Common Hour in MAR 122, as we take a look into interracial relationships, being biracial and more.

This is an event you WON’T want to miss!

Say Their Name
“Did you know that transgender women who survive hate attacks are 6 TIMES MORE LIKELY to experience physical violence when interacting with police than are other gay, lesbian or bisexual survivors.”

Join us for our week long social media campaign entitled #SayTheirName as we share the truths surrounding police brutality and Trans* people of color.

↓ Keep up with the Campaign through the handles below  ↓

“Being transgender or gender non-conforming in an American jail or prison often means daily humiliation, physical and sexual abuse, and fear of reprisals for using the legal remedies to address underlying problems.”
Join us as we write letters of encouragement to trans* people of color that have been placed in the wrong cellblock for their gender.
This action event will take place Wednesday, February 8 from
12-2PM in DAC 416.
How Ya Doin?: L – O – V – E
How YOU Doin’? We’d like to know!
Come OUT to our February How Ya Doin’, February 16th during Common Hour in SJH 305. We’ll be discussing topics like love, relationships and everything in between.
We hope to see you there!
Support: Movie Night
Lights, camera, ACTION! Movie Night is back!

Join us along with our friends at Haraya as we partner to present Moonlight.
A timeless story of human self-discovery and connection, Moonlight chronicles the life of a young black man from childhood to adulthood as he struggles to find his place in the world while growing up in a rough neighborhood of Miami.

This is something you WON’T want to miss.
And did we mention Qdoba will be catering?!

It all goes down Wednesday, February 22 from 8-11PM in DAC Sodano Coffee House. We hope to see you there!

Faith: YouGA
Are you looking for a way to further develop your spirituality?
Do you need a cleanse of all that toxic energy?

Join us for our first guided meditation event of the semester entitled
YouGAon Thursday, February 23 during Common Hour.

This is an event you WON’T want to miss!
We hope to see you there.

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