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GLSEN's Chapter Organizer newsletter, published on March 3, 2017
Many people are outraged by the current administration’s actions to rescind the Title IX guidance, which protected transgender people. Across the country, GLSEN has organized and rallied to uplift trans youth voices and make the support
My daughter is a typical six-year-old girl. She’s smart and creative. She loves to read, write, and draw. She likes to play outside and dig in the mud. She likes to run. She likes to make blanket forts with her little brother and build
Charlie Peña and Katie Regittko (Photos by Wunmi Onibudo) First, applications for GLSEN’s National Student Council (NSC) are now open! If you don’t know already, the NSC is GLSEN’s national student leadership team for current U.S. high
“Above all, we ensured that DeVos heard – directly from us – that we will not budge or compromise"
GLSEN's National Student Council (NSC) is our national youth leadership and engagement program for high school students in the U.S.
“The Supreme Court has missed an opportunity to end the painful discrimination currently faced by tens of thousands of transgender students nationwide."
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Seven leading education organizations representing millions of students, families, and educators submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Gavin Grimm in the case of G.G. v. Gloucester County School Board.
Our MissionGLSEN strives to assure that each member of every school community is valued and respected regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity/expression. We believe that such an atmosphere engenders a positive sense of self,
Date: Saturday, April 1, 2017 Time: 8:00 AM-3:30 PM PST Host: GLSEN Washington State Location: Seattle Pacific University, Demaray Hall
Michelle Eisenberg, advisor of GLSEN's 2016 GSA of the Year, at the GLSEN Respect Awards — New York  LGBTQ students across the country, many for the first time, are questioning whether they have an ally in the White House. Last
Spencer Washington of GLSEN’s 2016 GSA of the Year, meeting with then-Education Secretary John King Last month, along with other LGBTQ student leaders, I met with then-Secretary of Education John King to discuss how the U.S. Department of
You may have heard that the President is trying to stop transgender students from using the bathrooms they feel most comfortable in. If you're reading this, the Title IX guidance for protecting transgender students has been
As many of you likely know, the Trump administration rescinded the Title IX guidance on protecting trans youth. While this action did not end the protections trans students have under federal law, I'm sure it created fear and uncertainty
“As leaders in education policy and strong supporters of transgender students and every student, we disagree with the Administration’s decision to rescind federal guidance related to Title IX"
"Today, GLSEN and PFLAG join together to re-launch our #ClaimYourRights Campaign, to help anyone affected by or witnessing anti-transgender discrimination in our schools file a complaint with the Office for Civil Rights at the Departme
You have the right to be yourself in school. Claim your rights!

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