Draft History-Social Science Framework, first update in almost 15 years, fails to fulfill law, provide 21st-century education
The shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri has prompted LGBT organizations across the country to join others in raising questions around the circumstances of his death in the almost three weeks since the incident.
Around fourth grade, CeCe McDonald realized that she was trans. “There was this fierce little diva inside me and she wanted to be free,” McDonald recently told a crowd at the Gay-Straight Alliance Network’s (GSA) national gathering.
But that diva had to fight for her freedom.
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Two weeks ago today, a police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri.
People and organizations have responded with shock, outrage, and solidarity, especially as the police have met the community’s nightly protests with rubber bullets, tear gas, and assault rifles.
The Board of Directors of Gay-Straight Alliance Network announced today that the organization’s Founder and Executive Director, Carolyn Laub, will transition out of the organization at the end of August.
The announcement comes as Laub concludes a 3-month sabbatical, which she used to reflect on her 16 years of leadership at GSA Network and her future.
CeCe McDonald, Kenyon Farrow, Jay Toole, Yordy Cancino and other LGBT activists will address participants at GSA Network’s conference focused on educational and economic access
San Francisco, CA – Gay-Straight Alliance Network (GSA Network), the national youth leadership organization that empowers lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and ally youth to create safer schools, has appointed Benson D. Wong as the organization’s interim executive director. Carolyn Laub, the organization’s founding executive director, began a three-month sabbatical earlier in June.
New York, NY: The LGBTQ Racial Justice Fund (“The Fund”), a collaborative philanthropic initiative that envisions a United States where LGBTQ people of color can safely and vibrantly pursue full authentic lives, announces $780,000 in inaugural grants supporting efforts in the Southeastern United States.