This is not a therapy group. Services include support groups, drop in hours, mentoring, and special events. The site details a lack of agenda by the university to prevent hate crimes against students belonging to a gender and sexual minority. HIV testing, STD testing and treatment, birth control, reproductive health, physical exams, and many others. The organization reaches into the courts and legislatures of every state. All queer people of color are welcome.
The items date from through and include correspondence, court documents, newspaper clippings, and magazines.
Gay Alliance of Students v. Matthews
Call to make an appointment. A panel of alumni, including the first two spokespersons for GAS, will then share their memories of that struggle and of life for LGBTQ students in the 70s. The Wellness Resource Center: Kriegal, applied for registration as a student organization September 5, Alfred T, Matthews, et al, 12,
When submitted to the VCU Office of Student Life, normal practices were not taken and instead the application was forwarded to the Board of Visitors to decide. InKing produced one of the greatest moments in sports history when she defeated Bobby Riggs in the Battle of the Sexes. Encourage other faculty to attend a Safe Zone workshop and earn a sticker. GAS was organized to create a "unified support community for men and women of all sexual orientations, serve as an informative resource to the university and surrounding community, and assist the university in creating a positive institutional image by addressing and combating discrimination based on gender and sexual preference. The method in which the application was submitted was unusual in that it went straight to the Vice President for Student Affairs who then sent it to The Board of Visitors. This Humanities Research Center speaker series examines the struggle at VCU, puts that local history into a broader national context with a talk by acclaimed historian Professor Marc Stein, and concludes with a keynote address by tennis superstar and advocate for women and LGBTQ people, Billie Jean King.