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A leading education organization working to create safe & LGBTQ-inclusive K-12 schools. GLSEN Days of Action:
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GLSEN Oct 18
Celebrate LGBTQ History! Check out podcast, Making Gay History, to listen to historical conversations with some of our icons.
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GLSEN Oct 18
Did you know that was founded in 2013 by three radical queer, black organizers? Their names are Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors and Opal Tometi. Get your set of LGBTQ History Flashcards, to learn more about LGBTQ historical event& icons!
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EL Education Oct 18
"When students don't feel safe, they don't achieve and can't flourish. The reason we do this work is because when they don't feel safe, they can't learn." - , presenter
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EL Education Oct 18
"Maybe you can't change the family environment, but when students are with you they can feel safe and affirmed." - , presenter
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LookToTheStars.org Oct 18
Honorees Announced For 2019 Respect Awards – Los Angeles
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JK 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 17
Because according to ’s school climate survey, over 70% of LGBTQ students experienced verbal harassment at school based on sexual orientation, and more than half was based on gender expression or gender.
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MegNev Oct 16
Teacher friends — consider getting yourself a set of these LGBTQ+ history flash cards from ! We had some fun learning with these in our GSA meeting today, and I’m brainstorming ways to incorporate them into classes, too.
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GLSEN Oct 16
This blog post asks, "what if schools taught non-binary pronouns?" Leave a reply to let us know what you think!
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GLSEN Oct 16
We also recognize those struggling with their own pronouns, or enduring the pain that comes from misgendering. This blog post is for you:
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GLSEN Oct 16
Happy ! Looking for resources on use? Check out our pronouns lesson plan here:
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GLSEN Oct 15
Thank you for giving LGBTQ History a voice!
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GLSEN Oct 15
Get closer to our LGBTQ Icons by checking out the podcast, 'Making Gay History', produced by Eric Marcus!
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Angie Powers (she/her) Oct 13
As I enter the last day of the , I look forward to presenting at the conference. Shout out to & for hosting the GSA Advisors' Summit that introduced me to my copresenters: Beth Gannon-Rittenhouse, , and Caitlin Hunt!
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E R Brown Oct 13
Sophia Arredondo sharing her powerful story at the
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Angie Powers (she/her) Oct 13
Thank you Sophia Arredondo from for your inspiration today!
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GLSEN Oct 14
Today we recognize the Indigenous and Two Spirit members of our community and make space to honor them. Visit for information and tips on supporting indigenous people's in schools and online.
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GLSEN Oct 12
This weekend our friends at will be at in support of GLSEN! Be on the lookout for their mosaic wall to help empower LGBTQ youth.
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GLSEN Oct 11
We've updated our Coming Out Resource! This document can be used as a resource in navigating the coming out journey.
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GLSEN Oct 11
On and every day educators should not fear losing their jobs because they come out as LGBTQ. Support the Equality Act which would provide clear non-discrimination protections to educators across the country
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Detrick A. Manning Oct 11
This National I remember the anxiety & fear I had before I came out over 7 years ago. Over time, I learned to love who I was & at 16 I went to my FIRST pride with . I saw so many folks like me living, thriving & enjoying life. Today, I’m SO proud of who I am!
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