As a physical symbol of UT’s commitment to diversity, Pride Center provides support, resources, and a community space for UT’s LGBTQIA and ally students, faculty, and staff, as well as anyone who seeks to learn about topics related to sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression. Pride Center achieves this by sponsoring programs and events that raise awareness, increase visibility, and provide education regarding LGBTQIA issues.
Fall 2017 Upcoming Programs
Flourish: Benefit Show for the Pride Center
November 30, 8PM-10PM, Modern Studio (109 W. Anderson Ave), $5 at the door
Check out this new music show organized and featuring Adam Lion and Elise Stephens. Lion is performing the vibraphone music of Robert Honstein, Mark Applebaum, Sarah Hennies, Betsy Jolas, and Bob Fernandez. 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Pride Center!
World AIDS Day – Free HIV Testing
December 1, 10AM-2PM, Mary Greer Room of Hodges Library (second floor)
We will be co-sponsoring free HIV testing on World AIDS Day along with the Knox County Department of Health, the UTK NAACP Chapter, the Center for Health Education and Wellness, Tyson House, UKirk, and the Wesley Foundation. Stop by for confidential, no needles/no blood, rapid HIV testing.