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6 LGBTQ History Makers I Wish Were in My History Textbook

Happy LGBT History Month! There are so many LGBTQ folks who have made their mark on history. Unfortunately, many of them have gone without credit. Few are mentioned in mainstream history books, and when they are, their sexuality and gender identity are often excluded. In 2012, California became the first...

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5 LGBTQ Latinx Heroes for Every Classroom

As Latinx Heritage Month comes to a close, we asked GLSEN’s National Student Council, our national leadership team of LGBTQ student activists, about the LGBTQ Latinx people who they think should be in every LGBT-inclusive curriculum. Below are the students’ own words about these heroes, who are deeply connected to...

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Bullying and Bias in Schools: 4 Findings from GLSEN’s New Research

Today, GLSEN released From Teasing to Torment: School Climate Revisited, a survey of secondary school students and teachers about the current landscape of bias and peer victimization in school. Unfortunately, according to the report, almost three-quarters (74 percent) of middle and high school students experienced some type of peer victimization...

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