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Spring Safer People, Safer Spaces Training Scheduled for March 3
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center is holding a Safer People, Safer Spaces training on Friday, March 3, from 2 to 5 p.m. This training is free and open to all students, faculty and staff.
The Safer People, Safer Spaces training is an interactive, allyship development training that engages participants in community building, explores language related to marginalized genders and sexualities, discusses campus climate, and develops action steps to create safer, more inclusive spaces on campus and beyond. During the training, participants will take part in different activities and discussions that will develop a greater sense of what it means to be ally.
Space is limited as the intensive structure of the training limits the size of the group to 30 participants. Those interested are encouraged to sign up by emailing the LGBT Resource Center as soon as possible. Departments or groups interested in organizing a separate training can also email the LGBT Resource Center to request a training.
For more information about Safer People, Safer Spaces and other programs and trainings, visit the LGBT Resource Center website.