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C&I Diversity Dialogue: Kate Bornstein and Gender Outlaws

Bornstein Headshot NEW cropped.jpgThe Department of Curriculum and Instruction presents Kate Bornstein in the first Diversity Dialogue event of the year, "Gender Outlaws."

Kate Bornstein is a performance artist and playwright who has authored several award-winning books in the field of Women and Gender Studies, including Gender Outlaw: On Men, Women, and The Rest of Us, and My Gender Workbook, which she is currently updating for a second edition after 15 years.

Her 2006 book, Hello, Cruel World: 101 Alternatives to Suicide for Teens, Freaks, and Other Outlaws, propelled Kate into an international position of anti-bully advocacy for marginalized youth which has earned her two citations of honor from the New York City Council and garnered praise from civil rights groups around the globe.

Gender Outlaws
October 12, 2012
1:20 pm - Public Talk
2:50 pm - Performance

at the Avalon School
700 Glendale Street
Saint Paul, MN 55114

Please find directions here.

This Diversity Dialogue event is co-sponsored by the C&I Diversity Committee, the Graduate Student Group for Sexuality Studies and the Avalon School.

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