On Tuesday, April 13th, the ACLU of Northern California’s Friedman Education Project, held its annual Youth Rights Conference at the Cesar Chavez Student Center at San Francisco State University. This year the theme was “Fresh, Fierce + Fabulous!” because you know queer youth are the freshest, fiercest, and, of course, the most fabulous
Central Valley Comes Alive with ENS Pride!
Like many states, Virginia has a history as a battleground state when it comes to LGBT rights.
Recently the Governor of Virginia repealed non-discrimination protections for state employees on the basis
Here at GSA Network, we hear and see what happens when current graduating GSA leaders don't have an action plan for when they leave. One of the most frustrating things that could happen to your GSA is to do some amazing work and then not have anyone in place to keep it going next year.
Friday, February 1st kicks off Black History Month -- and we have tools to help your GSA celebrate!
"School prepares you for Activist Camp. Activist Camp prepares you for life."
- NorCal Activist Camp participant
On Thursday June 28, young people across the United States celebrated a somewhat unexpected decision from the United States Supreme Court upholding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act –more commonly known as President Obama’s health care reform law. This historic law is arguably the most beneficial federal legislation for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and quee
Today, May 17, is the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHO). This annual event is especially important for youth this year, as it's focused on ending homophobia and transphobia through education.
Each year, GSA Network works with a core group of committed GSA activists and leaders who help lead our programs and shape how we can best meet the needs of LGBTQ and allied youth. These leadership groups include our regional Youth Councils in Northern and Southern California and our