Wed, Oct 14, 2020

6 PM – 7 PM CDT (GMT-5)

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Gilbert Creek Room, Merle Price Commons

1110 Broadway Street South, Menomonie, WI 54751, United States

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Events over the past few months have revived discussions about violent protest. Is it a valid tactic? Is it just, and is it effective? We'll explore that very topic through the lens of queer history. We'll share the story of the Stonewall Inn and the lesser-known Tenderloin/Compton's Cafeteria transgender uprising, what they meant for the queer movement, and what that has to do with current events. The presentation will be followed by a guided discussion for participants to explore these topics together.

We are capped at 14 in-person attendees for this event. We plan to livestream the presentation on the Qube's Facebook page.

Q Talks are an educational event where attendees take a deep dive into a topic through a speaker or presentation.

The Qube would like to thank UW-Stout Multicultural Student Services for contributing time and ideas to this event.


Gilbert Creek Room, Merle Price Commons

1110 Broadway Street South, Menomonie, WI 54751, United States


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Grace Novie Stolen

Staff Lead

The Qube at the University of Wisconsin-Stout

Grace Novie Stolen (she/her/hers) is the Staff Lead at the Qube. She is an Applied Social Science major with a concentration in History and Politics and transferred to UW-Stout in Fall 2019 after graduating with an Associate's degree from UW-Marathon County. Originally from the Madison, WI area, she lived in Wausau, WI for two years prior to moving to Menomonie. Outside of academics and working at the Qube, she is Digital Content Manager and Board Vice President for Proud Theater and Art & Soul Innovations. She also serves on the board of the Pride Youth Theater Alliance. She was Operations Manager at Proud Theater-Wausau for the 2017-19 seasons and was also a peer facilitator for the Wausau Transfam.


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Co-hosted with: Involvement Center, Multicultural Student Services

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