Support for Student-led Clubs

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Illustrated GLSEN Rise Up magnets stick to a bright yellow locker. From left to right, they read: Rise up to protect trans and GNC students; rise up to protect immigrant students; rise up to protect Muslim students; rise upt o protect LGBTQ students; rise up to protect black students. The matching colorful illustrations from left to right are: a woman exits an all-gender restroom; two students chant at a protest, one raises her fist, the other wears a rainbow bandana, their shirts say Undocu Queer and DACA
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Research indicates that GSAs (Gender and Sexuality Alliances) improve school climate, individual well-being and educational outcomes for LGBTQ youth. Participation in GSAs is related to stronger school connectedness and improved academic achievement for LGBTQ youth, and regardless of whether LGBTQ students themselves participate in their school’s GSA, just having a GSA in their school can create a more positive school climate for LGBTQ students.

When you register we will send you:

  • monthly updates,
  • free GSA & school resources,
  • invitations to local youth summits,
  • and opportunities to get free swag.

Webinars to Support GSAs – For Students and Advisors

How to Organize a Virtual Rainbow Graduation

Q&A with the Cast and Writer/Director of The Half of It

For Student GSA Leaders: Creating Safe Virtual Spaces for LGBTQ Students

For Educators & GSA Advisors: Creating Safe Virtual Spaces for GSA Meetings

Webinars to Support Day of Silence – For Students and Advisors

For Student GSA Leaders: Organizing Day of Silence and Breaking the Silence

For Educators & GSA Advisors: Organizing Day of Silence and Breaking the Silence

GSA Activities and Ice Breakers

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GSA
Educator Network
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GSA
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Student Action Resources
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GSA
Educator Network
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Student Action Resources
Educator Guides

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