The event, hosted by the Pembroke Center and the LGBTQIA+ Thinking Initiative, is a part of a seminar series on “De-Colonial Retro-Speculation.”
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Starting in Spring 2022, The Herald offered a greater number of options for sexual orientation and allowed respondents to select multiple options to better represent the diversity of Brown's LGBTQ+ community. ...
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