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A national QTYOC movement : Learning Exchange 2

This post is the second in a series covering the learning exchanges being held across the country between LGBTQ, racial justice, and educational justice youth organizations with funding from the Just and Fair Schols Fund. Read the first post from Missouri GSA Network here!

Groundbreaking work in Minnesota

This is cross-posted from Equality Federation, and written by Fran Hutchins, Equality Federation's Director of Member and State Services.

Building the Sisterhood: Learning Exchange 1

In January, Missouri GSA Network had the privilege of kicking off a series of learning exchanges between LGBTQ, racial justice, and educational justice youth organizations across the country. We traveled south on 55 to visit with an amazing organization, BreakOUT!, which fights the criminalization of LGBTQ youth of color in New Orleans.

Schools Continue to Support All Students After Attempt to Repeal the School Success and Opportunity Act Fails

Today, the effort to repeal the School Success and Opportunity Act - California's new law ensuring that all youth have the opportunity to succeed in school - failed to qualify for the ballot.

How your GSA can support transgender youth

Want to know how you can take action to support transgender youth? Watch Ashton Lee, a GSA Network of California youth leader, break it down for you:

GSA Network UNITE!

Have you ever campaigned for something at your school -- and wished GSAs across the state could join you? Or have you wanted to build community with other GSAs, but not known how you could support them?

Kickstarting the Alumni Program

Hey all you GSA alumni! Remember those fond memories of your GSA? Wishing there was some way you could stay involved, even though you’d graduated? Well, we’ve got some good news.

Introducing… the GSA Network Alumni Program!

15 Fabulous Years

This year, GSA Network celebrated 15 years of empowering LGBTQ youth, training youth leaders, and creating a GSA movement that is advocating for equality and steadily changing the nation. We marked this milestone in our organization’s history earlier this fall at our anniversary event, Fabulous by Design: Fifteen & Fabulous, in San Francisco with nearly 300 supporters and youth leaders.

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