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Erasure and Resilience: The Experiences of LGBTQ Students of Color
Existing research shows that both Black and LGBTQ youth often face unique challenges at school related to their marginalized identities. Although there has a been a substantial research on the experiences of Black youth and there is a growing body of research on LGBTQ youth in schools, there has been little research examining the intersections of these identities – the experiences of Black LGBTQ students. This report explores those experiences.
Jude's Story: Latinx Youth and Gender
Jude speaks about the unique gendered experiences of Latinx people to Gender Spectrum.
Making Your GSA Inclusive of Black LGBTQ+ Students
According to the 2019 National School Climate Survey, 34.7% of Black students experience both racist and anti-LGBTQ victimization at school. Therefore, it’s important to take intentional steps to make your GSA (and your school) inclusive of Black LGBTQ+ students. This resource will provide some guidance on concrete steps you can take to make your GSA more inclusive.
The Stars of "Pose" on Trans Representation and Ballroom Culture
The TV show "Pose" shone a light on the vibrant culture and history of ballroom, a predominantly Black queer form of expression. Indya Moore and Dominique Jackson speak about what the representation of Pose means for Black trans people.
36 Revolutions of Change: Sean Saifa Hall
After turning 36, Sean Saifa Hall, a Black intersex man, talks about how his identity has informed his life experience and relationship with his family.
Report: The Findings of C2C, Two-Spirit and Queer & Trans People of Colour
These calls to action rose out of the "C2C"--"Call to Conversation" conference in 2017, for dialogue between Two-Spirit people, Queer/Trans BIPOC, and white allies.
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