Trans Enrollment Conversation with Joss Greene ’11
Posted: November 10, 2014
Are you interested in the topic of Trans enrollment?! Do you have questions on how it affects Scripps? Do you wonder what it even means? Well, alum Joss Greene 11′ is coming to campus to provide insight into why this topic is so important for our community. We have the privilege of having some time with Joss on Friday November 14 from 3:00-4:30pm in SCORE!
Joss Greene is an activist-oriented educator who believes in the transformative power of art and the healing power of political action. He is passionate about many things, but is particularly committed to fighting the prison industrial complex and fostering healthy, self-reflective and politically engaged queer communities. He graduated from Scripps College in 2011 and is currently a first-year PhD student in Sociology at Columbia University where he is focusing on the criminalization of LGBTQ people and people living with HIV/AIDS. His favorite Scripps memories include working at the Motley, taking dance classes, and chatting with friends about feminism in Seal Court.
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