4th Annual Gloria Anzaldúa Luncheon: Honoring Queer Feminists of Color

4th Annual Gloria Anzaldúa Luncheon

4th Annual Gloria Anzaldúa Luncheon


















Join Queer People of Color and Allies (QPOCA) as we host our fourth annual Gloria Anzaldúa Luncheon, which serves to honor the legacy left behind by queer Chicana feminist and UT alumna, Gloria Anzaldúa.

The Gloria Anzaldúa Luncheon was created to make space for queer feminists of color, who are constantly marginalized and silenced by society. Previous keynote speakers include Cherríe Moraga, Kim Katrin Milan, and Mia Mingus.

This year we are pleased to announce our keynote speaker, Luna Merbruja! Luna is the author of Trauma Queen, a member of the 2014 Trans 100 List, international performance artist, and co-coordinator of the 2014 International Trans Women of Color Network Gathering. She is currently based in Central California and working towards her career as a sex and trauma therapist.

The luncheon will take place at the Student Activity Center Ballroom (SAC 2.410) on Tuesday, March 31st from 12:00PM to 2:00PM.

Please RSVP by Monday, March 30th at 5:00PM. We will only be able to seat the first 200 people who RSVP.


There will be lunch provided with vegetarian options available.

If you have any other dietary needs/restrictions or if you need any accommodations for this event, please contact qpocatexas@gmail.com by Friday, March 27th at 5:00PM.

There will also be a workshop with Luna at the Multicultural Engagement Center in SAC 1.102 that evening. More details about the workshop TBA.

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