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Fall 2014

 

What is the CUE doing now?

December: Aids Awareness Month

  • Keynote Speaker: Madeleine Evanoff
​          Madeleine Evanoff from the Boulder County AIDs Project (BCAP) is coming to CU
          Boulder to give us an informative talk on HIV & AIDS. She will be bring a special guest
          speaker who is living with HIV to share a unique story.
 
          December 1, 2014 at the CUE Student Lounge
          5:15pm-7:00pm
 

 

 

What did the CUE do earlier this semester?

October: GLBTQ History Month, National Disability Employment/Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  • Workshops

  • Films

  • Sugar Free Feminism

              We'll discuss what the issue of domestic violence looks like in the Boulder community,
              what it looks like for college students, and what you can do to make a change!
              
              October 20th, 2014 at UMC 415/417
              3:00pm-5:00pm
  • Keynote speaker: Queering Caholicism and Other Religious Traditions with Nicole Garcia

              October 21, 2014 in Atlas 100
              6:00pm - 8:30pm
  • Open House Halloween Party

              October 31, 2014 at the CUE Student Lounge              
              11:00am - 4:00pm
  • International Coffee Hour: Costume Contest

​               October 31, 2014 at UMC Grill North Dining Room
               4:00pm - 5:30pm                

 

November: Native American Heritage Month

  • Workshops

  • Films

  • Keynote Speaker: Adriene Keene

​          Presented by Oyate & CUE Center
         
          November 10, 2014
          Humn IB80 at 7pm

 

  • Spoken Word Workshop with Tayana

          CUE Student Lounge, C4C N320 at 5:30pm

 

  • Artwork & Language with Cecilia

          CUE Student Lounge, C4C N320 at 6:00pm

 

  • Red Feather Woman: Story Telling, Music & Dance Performance

​           Rose Red Elk is an international performing arts entertainer, known by her Native
           American traditional and stage name Red Feather Woman. She is an accomplished
           storyteller, singer, songwriter and author from the Fort Peck Reservation in Poplar,
           Montana, and an enrolled member of the Sioux/Assiniboine Tribes. Red Feather
           Woman is an award winning recording artist. Her albums are a unique blend of oral
           traditional spoken word weaving the oral traditions of Native American stories with
           themed songs.
          
           C4C Suite S350
           6:00 - 7:00pm

 

 

Join the Cultural Unity & Engagement Center, the CUE, for monthly Hertiage and History month events! Located in Center for Community (C4C), Room N320 (CUE lounge) 
Snacks/food will be provided. Bring your lunch/dinner! All are welcomed!
 
Contact the CUE for questions, comments or suggestions: 303-493-5667; cuestu@colorado.edu; cue.colorado.edu