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Presented By: Spectrum Center

The Rainbow Coat Panel

First-Gen/Low-Income LGBTQ Experiences

This event aims to open an intersectional dialogue regarding first-generation and low-income queer and trans* students' experiences. Co-sponsored by the Spectrum Center, Poverty Solutions at UM, and the Ruth Ellis Center. This event aims to open an intersectional dialogue regarding first-generation and low-income queer and trans* students' experiences. Co-sponsored by the Spectrum Center, Poverty Solutions at UM, and the Ruth Ellis Center.
This event aims to open an intersectional dialogue regarding first-generation and low-income queer and trans* students' experiences. Co-sponsored by the Spectrum Center, Poverty Solutions at UM, and the Ruth Ellis Center.
Register: https://bit.ly/LGBTQ-UM-Events

Please join the Spectrum Center for the first of a hopefully annual event, The Rainbow Coat Panel! This event is meant to open a community-wide intersectional discussion regarding first-generation and low-income queer and trans* students' experiences. The panelists include:

Trevor Bechtel, Student Engagement Coordinator at Poverty Solutions (he/him);
Jessie Fullenkamp, UM Alumna and Education and Evaluation Director at the Ruth Ellis Center (she/her);
Jay Hash, former Spectrum Center Student Staff Member (they/them);
Samuel Ramirez-Morales, a current undergraduate student in LSA (he/him)

A huge thank you to our collaborators for this event from Poverty Solutions at UM and the Ruth Ellis Center. You can learn more about these organizations and their work at https://poverty.umich.edu and https://ruthelliscenter.org respectively.

Spectrum Center Event Accessibility Statement:
The Spectrum Center is dedicated to working towards offering equitable access to all of the events we organize. If you have an accessibility need you feel may not be automatically met at this event, fill out our Event Accessibility Form, found at http://bit.ly/SCaccess. You do not need to have a registered disability with the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) or identify as disabled to submit. Advance notice is necessary for some accommodations to be fully implemented, and we will always attempt to dismantle barriers as they are brought up to us. Any questions about accessibility at Spectrum Center events can be directed to spectrumcenter@umich.edu.
This event aims to open an intersectional dialogue regarding first-generation and low-income queer and trans* students' experiences. Co-sponsored by the Spectrum Center, Poverty Solutions at UM, and the Ruth Ellis Center. This event aims to open an intersectional dialogue regarding first-generation and low-income queer and trans* students' experiences. Co-sponsored by the Spectrum Center, Poverty Solutions at UM, and the Ruth Ellis Center.
This event aims to open an intersectional dialogue regarding first-generation and low-income queer and trans* students' experiences. Co-sponsored by the Spectrum Center, Poverty Solutions at UM, and the Ruth Ellis Center.

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