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A Night of Noise (NYC)

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In honor of National Day of Silence, the LGBTQA Center is hosting a night of fashion forward events featuring activism, drag shows, music, and so much more.

Monday, April 17, is National Day of Silence, and schools across the nation are bringing awareness to the negative and silencing effects of anti-LGBTQ bullying. To commemorate the event, Pace’s LGBTQA and Social Justice Center will be hosting a night where fashion and activism meet. 

Night of Noise Drag Show and Activist Fashion Show
Monday, April 17
6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Bianco Room

The evening kicks off with a Night of Noise Drag Show featuring drag performances by talented Pace students. During the Activist Fashion Show, student models will wear apparel featuring inspiring activist messages. The models will be carrying protest signs to fully round out the fashion forward activism look. The fashion show will culminate with a panel discussion led by LGBTQA fashion house DapperQ. Students who are interested in modeling should e-mail efurey@pace.edu to sign up! Can't make it to the event? Pace student Keith Glidewell '20 will be hosting a Snapchat takeover @paceuniversity.

Later this month, the LGBTQA and Social Justice Center will be hosting the Lavender Awards, honoring students, faculty, and staff for the hard work they’ve done in supporting the LGBTQA community.

Lavender Awards Ceremony
Friday, April 21
6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Bianco Room

During the fifth annual Lavender Awards Ceremony, awards will be given to reward the efforts of outstanding individuals who have made lasting impressions and made Pace a better place. Awards will be given and LGBTQA seniors will receive rainbow tassels to wear at graduation.

The event starts with a networking and cocktail hour. Rub elbows and make connections that will last forever. The award ceremony will follow and the event will end with a dance party. You’re not going to want to miss this memorable night! Don’t forget to register.

Visit the LGBTQA and Social Justice Centet website  for more info on events and programming.

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