2018-19

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    September 16 – Williams Institute Open House

    Meet the staff of the Williams Institute and learn about opportunities for UCLA Law students.

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    September 23 – Whither the Court

    A review of the Supreme Court’s most recent term and its implications

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    October 2 – Human Rights Speaker Series: LGBT Employment Rights at the Supreme Court

    A panel discussion of three cases before the U.S. Supreme Court which will decide whether Title VII protects LGBT people from sexual orientation and gender identity discrimination.

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    October 3 – Breakfast with the Williams Institute

    Join us for breakfast at the Jenner & Block office with Executive Director Jocelyn Samuels, who will share an update on LGBTQ rights, research, and data collection.

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    October 15 – NYC Salon

    Join us in New York City for drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and an update on our work from Jocelyn Samuels, Executive Director. Sponsored by UBS and Franklin Templeton.

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    October 17 – DC Salon

    Join us in Washington, D.C. for drinks, hors d’oeuvres, and remarks by Jocelyn Samuels, Executive Director, and Adam Romero, Director of Legal Scholarship and Federal Policy.

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    June 18 – Open House

    Join us as we celebrate the vital work of the Williams Institute at our new office space.

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    June 7 – Roundtable with Ted W. Lieu on Conversion Therapy

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    November 7 – Stress, Health, and Well-being of LGBT People in Colombia: Results from a National Survey

    A presentation of new research findings on the health and social conditions of LGBT people in Colombia

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    September 19 – The Trouble with Pink and Blue

    This lunchtime talk focuses on gender expression and health with examples from recent research on gender nonconformity, bullying, and health in youth.

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    September 20 – Alumni & Allies Reception

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    October 3 – The Carceral State and the Regulation of Motherhood

    Priscilla Ocen explores the specific ways incapacitation has been used as a means to regulate the bodies and reproductive capacities of marginalized women.

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    October 23 – If Not Now, When? Achieving Equality for Women Attorneys in the Courtroom and in ADR

    Judge Scheindlin will discuss equity for women attorneys in the legal profession and the New York State Bar Association’s 2017 report on gender disparities.

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    October 25 – Using Social Media to Understand and Address Health Risk Among Gay and Bisexual Men

    This lunchtime talk discusses research on the relationship between social media, substance use and sexual risk behaviors among gay and bisexual men.

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    October 24 – When Facts and Feelings Compete Over Transgender Rights

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    November 15 – NYC Fall Reception

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    March 19 – LGB-Specific Healthcare Services in the US

    This lunchtime talk presents research on the access and utilization of health care among three age groups of LGB people.

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    February 10 – Jazz & Champagne Brunch

    The Williams Institute invites you to its Annual Jazz & Champagne Brunch on Sunday, February 10, 2019 from 11:30am – 2:00pm.

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    February 22 – Sexual & Gender Minority Regional Workshop

    The National Institutes of Health will be working in accordance with the Williams Institute to host this sexual and gender minority workshop for students and investigators in sexual and gender minority health research. The workshop is designed to increase knowledge about NIH structure and grant processes, develop mentoring relationships and enhance capacity in SGM health …

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    March 4 – Resisting Police Violence Against Black Women and Women of Color

    This lunchtime talk focuses on the intersection of race, gender, sexuality and criminalization.

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