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November 17, 2021

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Tuesday, February 14, 2023

5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Exhibition Celebration for Queer Love: Affection and Romance in Contemporary Art

Join the Lehman College Art Gallery at an opening for the exhibition that will be on view at the Lehman College Art Gallery from Valentine's day through April 28.

Queer Love: Affection and Romance in Contemporary Art presents paintings and photographs that illuminate both individual and universal stories of vulnerability, tenderness, and desire in the LGBTQIA community.


The exhibition, which gathers the work of almost 50 artists, opens in two New York City galleries in February 2023−Lehman College Art Gallery in the Bronx from February 14 to April 23 and La MaMa Galleria in Downtown Manhattan, from February 18 to April 6. Each venue offers works that explore the power and significance of intimate queer familial, romantic, and sexual relationships.


From cheerful, romantic expressions of love to depictions of non-traditional nuclear families, the artwork of these LGBTQIA artists highlights the bond between them as art creators, and those with whom they have the closest ties. The LGBTQIA artists often move from celebrating their love to proclaiming a place for queer people within a larger society. Lushly beautiful, their art creates a series of nuanced and reflective, but largely positive narratives, and love’s transformative impact on both the human experience and the artistic process.

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Thursday, February 16, 2023

2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Nikki Giovanni Speaks on... James Baldwin and Beyond

Lehman College proudly presents world-renowned poet and activist Nikki Giovanni. In advance of the College’s opening of James Baldwin’s “The Amen Corner,” she will speak about Baldwin and beyond and share her newest poetry.

Tickets available at:

Location: Lehman College Studio Theatre

Choose "Tier 3" for free student tickets. Some seats will watch via livestream.

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Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Start Day
GIS Day 2021 - November 17 & 18 (Multi-Day Event)

Racial Justice, Social Equity, and Climate Change Gentrification”


The Urban GISc Lab of the Earth, Environmental, and Geospatial Sciences Department, in partnership with the CUNY College of Staten Island’s Tech Incubator, is co-hosting a 2-day “GIS Day,” a celebration of the Geographic Information Science profession and its practitioners.   


In the midst of a pandemic and racial injustices, the world is more digitally interconnected than ever.  Geographic Information Systems (GIS) enables us to have a better understanding of climate change and its socio-economic effects on global sustainability and vulnerable populations who are coping with systemic racism. 


Join us on November 17th and 18th as speakers from across the country share how GIS is being used to analyze climate change and racial and socioeconomic disparities when it comes to climate gentrification. 

It is free to attend, but you must register in advance.  

To register, please click here or 


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Africana Women's Responses to COVID-19

Women’s & Gender Studies Program Fall Lecture Series

"Epistemic Significance of Africana Women’s Responses to COVID-19"

Bertrade Ngo-Ngijol Banoum, Associate Professor & Chair, Department of Africana Studies

The coronavirus pandemic has disproportionally impacted Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and laid bare underlying gender, race, and socio-economic inequities. In the face of this existential threat, women in these demographics have led through individual and collective responses. Through the prism of intersectionality and African indigenous frameworks of Ubuntu and Badenya, I will examine women’s mechanisms, strategies, and tactics to fight the pandemic. What lessons can we learn from these intrepid women leaders’ epistemic models to enrich women and gender studies? How do we mainstream them in our academic agendas, discourses, knowledge production and policy to drive social justice?

Meeting ID: 820 7302 2679
Passcode: 089350

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