Do you think GSA youth activists are changing the world? Yeah, we do, too -- now let's convince the White House!
Last weekend, GSA Network took an epic 3-day road trip to Humboldt County to train youth leaders and adult allies on how to make schools safer. I, along with youth trainers Alexa Lopez, K.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, an effort to raise awareness around and prevent sexualized violence in our world. While everyone is affected by and can be a survivor of sexualized violence, LGBTQ communities (particularly communities of color) have much higher incidence rates and face more barriers towards getting support.
On Tuesday March 20, GSA Network Executive Director & Founder Carolyn Laub and I traveled to the University of Texas at Arlington to attend the first ever White House LGBT Conference on Safe Schools & Communities. It was an exciting and very busy day for all involv
"President Obama has made it clear that it only gets better because we make it better."
It’s March, which means schools and communities everywhere are celebrating Women's History Month – and there's no better year for GSAs to step in and lead these efforts!