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  Lambda Arts & Education Series  
(Lectures/Talks)

Douglas Klahr, Associate Professor in the School of Architecture at UT Arlington discusses the challenge of addressing different aspects of his identity as an American born ten years after the end of World War II into a New York Jewish family of German origins who also happens to be gay. In his talk, Prof. Klahr questions how he attempted to comprehend not only the Holocaust, but also what he considered the ironic presence of homophobia within the postwar Jewish community. He then challenges the audience to see how prejudice can lead to intolerance and ultimately hatred with sometimes deadly results.

UT Arlington Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, and Ally Program
For more information and a calendar of events for the LGBTQA Program, please visit www.uta.edu/lgbtqa.


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Location: UC Carlisle Suite
Price: Free
Sponsor: UT Arlington LGBTQA Program
Contact: LGBTQA Program
E-Mail: lgbtqa@uta.edu
817-272-2099
   
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