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Casting Call for ‘We Will Not Be Silent’

The Utah Pride Center invites you and all members of our transgender, non-binary, gender non-conforming and gender creative community to be part of a video shoot entitled, “We Will Not Be Silent”. We want to highlight and recognize the struggles and triumphs in our journeys to empower ourselves and each other to use our voices …

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Nominations for 2021 TATA Award

Nominations for 2021 TATA Award The TATA stands for Transgender Advocacy TEAM Award (Transgender Education Awareness Month). Just as there are many supporting and active groups evoking real change within the community, there are also individuals who could be called the crème de la crème in terms of their devotion, integrity and dedication to LGBTQ+ …

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Religious Trauma Process Group starting January 18, running for 10 weeks, 2 hours on Monday nights, virtual. Free!

The Religious Trauma Process group is a hybrid psychoeducational group/open process group for LGBTQ+ adults, 18 and up, with anxiety, identity issues, and trauma compounded by association with religion, whether it be culturally or spiritually. The group will consist of 10 sessions, with each session being 2 hours in length. The first 2 sessions will …

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Supporting LGBTQ+ Students of Color

GLSEN’s recent research reports on LGBTQ+ Youth of Color highlight the importance of school-based supports that address students facing racism as well as homophobia and transphobia. To further apply these findings to schools across the country, Becca Mui, GLSEN’s Education Manager, interviewed members from our national Educator Advisory Committee. The educators shared how they support their LGBTQ+ …

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Leading By Example: How School Principals Can Support LGBTQ Students

Hi, everyone! My name is Ashton Mota (he/him/his). I’m a high school sophomore and an HRC Youth Ambassador! I had the exciting opportunity to sit down with high school principal Chuck Puga (he/him/his), who is a proud member of the National Association of Secondary School Principals, to discuss the positive effects inclusive and affirming principals …

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HRC & Partners Release Guide to Help Educators and Parents Advocate for LGBTQ Students with Disabilities

Resource developed with National Education Association, National Association of School Psychologists and National Center for Lesbian Rights Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation, the educational arm of the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization, released Advocating for LGBTQ Students with Disabilities, a powerful new resource …

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