Family Acceptance Project

Family education booklets developed by the Family Acceptance Project to help diverse families support LGBT youth and young adults. Available in English, Spanish, and Chinese


Lesson Plan: Unheard Voices Stories of LGBT History ADL

Stories of LGBT History ADL


Love Has No Labels

This beautiful video exemplifies love as a tender experience between two humans, regardless their gender and sex


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Official video of "Same Love" encouraging that all loving relationships be respected


What Do I Do if My Child is Gay?

Lead With Love is a 35-minute documentary created to help answer that question

 

 

 

Digital Tools and Resources for National Transgender HIV Testing Day 2017


Don't Stand for Homophobic Bullying

Students, stand up for your LGBTQ friends suitable for all audiences


Gender Fluid_CNN 2016 What it Means to be Gender Fluid

Examines what it means to identify as gender fluid


Hidden in the Open: A Photographic Essay of Afro American Male Couples

A photographic essay of Afro American male couples from the distant past


Homosexuality The NY Times

Lesson Plan: Aesthetics of Activism: AIDS Awareness


Lesson Plan-No Name Calling

No name calling week K-5


Lesson Plan: Family Life Grades 6-12

Family, life, grades 6-12


Lesson Plan: Aesthetics of Activism

This article explores Aids awareness


Lesson Plan: LGBT Culture Wars, Grades 6-12


Lesson Plan: On Coming Out: Exploring the Stories of Gay Teenagers, Grades 6-12

Exploring the stories of gay teenagers, Grades 6-12


Lesson Plan: Unheard Voices Stories of LGBT History ADL

Stories of LGBT history ADL


Lesson Plans: LGBT Inclusive Curricula, Grades K-12

A variety of lesson plans for students in grades K-12


Love Has No Labels

This beautiful video exemplifies love as a tender experience between two humans, regardless their gender and sex


Protecting the Rights of LGBT Individuals

Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division


Same Love - Music Video

Official video of "Same Love" encouraging that all loving relationships be respected


Teacher Resources: LGBT Inclusive Curricula, Grades K-5

Resources for inclusive LGBT curricula for grades K-5


Teaching and Learning About Gay History and Issues

This article explores LGBT issues historically


We've Come A Long Way

Secret deodorant commercial

 

 

Trevor Project National Survey on LGBTQ Mental Health

Digital Tools and Resources for National Transgender HIV Testing Day


Don't Stand for Homophobic Bullying

Students, stand up for your LGBTQ friends suitable for all audiences


Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network Resources

GLSEN newsletter


Gender Fluid CNN What it Means to be Gender Fluid

Examines what it means to identify as gender fluid


Gender Non Conformity and School Safety: Documenting the Problem and Steps Schools Can Take

Safe Schools Coalition Research Brief


Harrasment Based on Sexual Orientation and its Consequences


Hidden in the Open: A Photographic Essay of Afro American Male Couples

A photographic essay of Afro American male couples from the distant past


Lesson Plan: Unheard Voices Stories of LGBT History ADL

Stories of LGBT history ADL


LGBT History Timeline Project

Discover the people and events that made LGBT history on this interactive website


Students and Gender Identity: A Guide for Schools - USC


Love Has No Labels

This beautiful video exemplifies love as a tender experience between two humans, regardless their gender and sex


Multiple Forms of Bias Related Harassment at School

Safe Schools Coalition Research Brief


National District Policies and Trainings

Safe Schools Coalition Research Brief


Protecting the Rights of LGBT Individuals

Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division


School Safety and Students with LGBT Parents

The article discusses the safety of students with LGBT parents


Teaching and Learning About Gay History and Issues

This article explores LGBT issues historically


Safe Schools Coalition-Research Briefs and Steps for Affirming Schools for LGBTQ Students


Understanding Differences Between Schools in Overall LGBT School Safety

Safe Schools Coalition Research Brief


Understanding School Safety for Transgender Students

Safe Schools Coalition Research Brief

 


Human Rights Campaign

Through research, educational efforts and outreach, HRC encourages lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer Americans to live their lives openly and seeks to change the hearts and minds of Americans to the side of equality.

"What truly makes our country great is its diversity. I've seen that beauty in so many ways over the years. Whether we are born here or seek refuge here, there's a place for us all. We must remember it's not my America or your America. It's our America." Michelle Obama, 2019

In times of conflict, divisive rhetoric, and information overload, students benefit from opportunities for meaningful dialogue about the issues that we are facing today. Let’s Talk has articles and lesson plans on crises and conflicts, politics and government.

 

Talking Politics

Crises and Conflicts

 

Out for Safe Schools

Out for Safe Schools - Calendar Resources

LGBT Resources

Building Community. Addressing Bias

Videos and Public Service Announcements

Voices of Religion, Culture & Ethnicity

Now Matters Later

Videos and Public Service Announcements

Principals Toolkit

Reporting

Bullying Resources

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