The Vagina Dialogues: An Immersive and Interactive Vagina-Centered Experience Our expert panel will answer your questions about sex, hygiene, vaginoplasty, and more! Panelists TBA FREE! *open to people with vaginas, people who interact with vaginas, and people who would like to know more about having one*
Are you a Baltimore resident who identifies as African-American/Black, Hispanic, and/or LGBTQIA? Join the University of Maryland School of Nursing for a FREE event to learn more about a National Institutes of Health-funded national research program seeking to gather important health information from 1 million+ people in the United States. The anonymous data will help scientists prevent and treat illnesses for generations to come. FREE light breakfast served at 9 a.m. and lunch served at 12:30 p.m. Learn more: JoinAllOfUs.org/together | Questions? Contact Kristen Rawlett at email@example.com or 410-706-3906.
Spring 2019 Cain Lecture Exploring Substance Use and Mental Health for Transgender Youth: Implications for Advanced Practice Nurses Ann Ottney Cain Lecture in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Speaker Phyllis Raynor, PhD, PMHNP-BC, CARN-AP, APRN, will explore the intersection of substance use, mental health conditions, and associated health risks for transgender youth in the United States. She will provide practical recommendations for primary care providers regarding culturally appropriate, compassionate, evidence-informed practices for engaging transgender youth and their families to promote greater well-being for all youth, regardless of gender identity.
Join us for Xerophytes: Extreme Plants of The Desert In this continuation of our xerophytes lecture, we'll focus on unique varieties of plants that have evolved to thrive in some of the most extreme areas of the world: our deserts. From the slowest growing plants on the planet, to epiphytic cacti that make their homes in trees, you will leave with a new understanding of desert life. $45 ticket includes 2 cocktails, and a rare desert plant to take home!
Howard Community College will host a screening of the documentary parTy boi: black diamonds in an ice castle. This hard-hitting documentary shares a peak into the lives of Black Queer communities grappling with crystal meth addiction. The program will include a panel discussion with community leaders and mental health experts. The screening and discussion will be held on Friday, March 13, from 1 to 3 pm in Room 401 of the Rouse Company Foundation Student Services Hall at Howard Community College. This event is a part of Howard Community College’s Diversity Week. Events and activities will be held from March […]