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Graduation Binary? Campaign for Gender-Inclusive Graduation!

Most seniors are excited for graduation, but for gender nonconforming and trans students, it can mean a choice between being themselves and walking across the stage to get their degree. Amanda Harris, GSA Network's NorCal Program Coordinator, talks to GSA alum Javi Pinedo about his campaign for a gender-inclusive graduation ceremony.

Happy Harvey Milk Day!

 

Harvey Milk Day is today, May 22, 2012! After two legislative tries and the 2008 release of the movie Milk, former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger agreed to establish May 22 as Harvey Milk Day. Now, California governors are required to annually proclaim May 22 as Harvey Milk Day and encourage public schools and educational institutions to commemorate the date.

Queer Youth Rally CA Officials for Safe Schools and Common-Sense Discipline

Bullied Student Expelled - A Tragically Typical Story

Our approach to school discipline isn't working if students get expelled for protecting themselves when the school won't.

Queer Youth Advocacy Day 2012

Queer Youth Advocacy Day

This past weekend, 55 high school students came to Sacramento for three days of intensive leadership training, followed by the 7th annual Queer Youth Advocacy Day (QYAD).

Keep the Good Times Rollin’ : Transitioning Leadership in Your GSA

Hey GSA leaders! If you’re anything like us, you’re shocked that the school year is almost up. This has been a jam-packed year for GSA activism, and spring is a great time to pause and reflect on these victories and prepare for next school year.

Day of Silence: End with a Roar!

Who’s ready for a fierce and fabulous Day of Silence?

BULLY: In theatres nationwide now!

You've heard about BULLY, the movie that, through personal stories, sheds light on the emotional and physical toll of bullying. Tons of people - and we encourage you to join them - will see the movie when it opens nationwide this weekend.

Expression Not Suppression 2012

“But it is undeniable
That the queer spirit is resilient”

Make Your GSA a White House Champion

Do you think GSA youth activists are changing the world? Yeah, we do, too -- now let's convince the White House!

The White House just announced its LGBT Pride Month Champions of Change Video Challenge, which calls for videos about "unsung heroes" working to improve the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans.

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