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SpeakOut: Volunteer to Participate

We are inviting you to participate in the SpeakOut project, which I hope that you have learned about in my recent emails and Facebook posts. Please read the invitation from the wonderful Caitlin Birch below, our partner at Rauner Special Collections Library.

To begin the volunteer process, please visit: goo.gl/forms/mVmhvuiBQ24lymVW2

For more information on the project background, see this post.

Brendan Connell, Jr. ’87
President of DGALA

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NYC: LBT Women’s Ivy Plus Yale GALA Mixer (4/20/18)

DGALA will be a proud co-host for the LBT Women’s Ivy Plus GALA at the Yale Club on April 20th! This event always draws a great crowd and hopefully we’ll have many Dartmouth faces there as well.

You can RSVP online and read the full details here:
www.facebook.com/events/1785058231534028/

When: Friday, April 20 at 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Where: Yale Club of New York City – 50 Vanderbilt Ave, New York, NY

NYC: Harlem LGBTQ Alumni Party (4/19/18)

Join us in Harlem for another co-hosted special LGBT alumni party at the beautiful Sexy Taco! With a nod to San Francisco street food, we have a nice venue with room to move around and socialize. We particularly welcome our black and Latinx alumni at this event!

When: Thursday, April 19 at 7 PM – 9 PM
Where: Sexy Taco/Dirty Cash – 161 Malcolm X Blvd, New York, NY
https://www.sexytacodirtycash.com

Thanks to our host Princeton BTGALA’s Shawn Cowls for organizing and Elkin Cabas ’06 for representing DGALA!

RSVP or get on the distribution list at http://btgala.tigernet.princeton.edu/EventRSVP

Breaking Boundaries with Schuyler Bailar

Schuyler Bailar is the first openly transgender NCAA Division I swimmer (currently attending Harvard University) and is the son of Gregor Bailar ’85. He gave a talk, “Breaking Boundaries”, at Dartmouth on March 2, 2018, hosted by Shira Evans, Coordinator of Sports Nutrition. Afterwards, OPAL (Office of Pluralism and Leadership) hosted a round table discussion at the Triangle House and DGALA co-sponsored the dinner. Students were given the opportunity to engage in important conversation and address how to cope with challenging parents when coming out plus navigating other social situations. Thanks Shira and OPAL for organizing!