at 51 Bader Lane, Kingston, K7L 3N6 Canada
The Levana Gender Advocacy Centre is a student-funded organization committed to creating & nurturing a radical community of Kingston students and residents
The Levana Gender Advocacy Centre is a student-funded Queen’s University organization committed to creating and nurturing a radical community of Kingston students and residents. Devoted to fighting gender oppression and advocating for broad ideas of gender empowerment for those of any or no gender, Levana operates on anti-oppressive practices. We are committed to confronting all forms of oppression and working to dismantle oppressive systems and hierarchies including patriarchy, racism, white supremacy, colonialism, classism, cissexism, heterosexism, and ableism. Levana exists for anyone in the Kingston community, regardless of whether or not they are Queen’s students. Levana aims to fulfill its mandate by: Organizing ongoing programming and actions to challenge systems of oppression (e.g. sexism, transphobia, etc.) and advocate for gender justice and diversity; Striving to provide a safer space for all people who experience gender oppression, and engaging in the creation and reclamation of space in Kingston and on the Queen’s University campus to allow individual and community expression; Providing confidential referrals to local organizations and resources; Serving as a point of connection between different feminist and gender organizations, groups, and initiatives at Queen’s University and in the Kingston community, supporting the work and people involved through funding, the use of resources, and space to meet and organize; Providing an alternative resource library and zine collection, open to the public, directed by membership contributions and requests.
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How can we create communities of care that can meet the needs of survivors of sexual violence and abuse?
We want to take this time to have a open, honest, and caring discussion on what survivors need after an assault, and how we as a campus community can support one another.
Given some recent events which openly condone transphobic, racist, and islamaphobic sentiments, LGAC and EQuIP have decided to cohost this event in order to foster and care for our community(s).
This event will take place in Dunning Hall, room 11.
Find a board member application here: https://goo.gl/forms/Wpufyju78xdeJQYb2
Author levanacentre Posted on February 17, 2018February 26, 2018 Categories levana board The Levana Gender Advocacy Centre now has a public Facebook page!
You can now visit us in our offices on:
Author levanacentre Posted on November 2, 2016 Categories Uncategorized Levana is recruiting new board members!!
On the left hand side there is white text on a purple background that reads`Levana Gender Advocacy Centre is hiring!
Levana is seeking dedicated individuals with a passion for social justice to join our board of directors!
Follow the link to our online application: http://goo.gl/forms/Vvx3C14HB ‘Author levanacentre Posted on March 4, 2016 Categories Uncategorized UPDATE: Hello friends/ allies/ supporters,
We plan to have events off campus on the near future!
WHEN AND WHERE: We will be gathering in the corner of University and Union at 1:30PM on Monday November 30th.
FIND THE EVENT ON FACEBOOK:
The text is white and reads: Rally for Choice and Reproductive Justice, Nov 30th 1:30pm to 3pm, Corner of University and Union, Join Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and other community organizations for a celebration of choice and an affirmation of our commitment to reproductive justice for all people.’.
At the bottom of the poster there is a black banner with white text that reads ‘Levana Gender Advocacy Centre learn more at levanacentre.wordpress.com’.
Author levanacentre Posted on November 27, 2015November 27, 2015 Categories Uncategorized WHAT: Meet at the side door of the JDUC, at the big staircase facing University Ave just north of Union St. After the candle lighing, we’ll move inside to McLaughlin Hall on the second floor of the JDUC for the reading of names and tea and coffee.
WHEN: Friday November 20th 2015 at 7pm
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