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Justice For All Virtual Learning Lab

What does the LGBTQIA+ community need from allies?


Everyone wants to be an ally. But what does it mean? Is your version of allyship what these communities actually need?


On June 26, we'll help you answer those questions with members of the LGBTQIA+ community.


In this virtual session, our panel of experts will bring insights from their lived experiences and their work in a variety of fields and organizations to shed light on the current state of LGBTQIA+ experiences, what is needed in this unique moment from allies and coalition-builders, and where we are headed looking to the future.


(If you'd like additional resources for learning about LGBTQIA+ allyship, keep reading below!)


Join Leigh Morrison (she/her), SJ Janjua (they/them), Elise Goss-Alexander (she/her), Camille Cyprian (she/they/we), and Dr. Joel A. Davis Brown (he/him) on June 26 for "Pride for Past, Present, and the Future." Registration is FREE when you click here. If you'd like to make a contribution to support our panel and their thought leadership, you can do so here.

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Resources for Pride Month from The Winters Group, Inc.:


What Pride Means Today, a series on The Inclusion Solution


Corporate Pride Month Illustrates a Dangerous Double Standard by Leigh Morrison


What Your Trans Coworkers Wish You Knew by SJ Janjua


Storytelling Beyond the Numbers: The Expansive Existence of LGBTQ+ Communities Past and Present by Hannah Sorila


Why I Identify as 'Queer' by Jess Harman


Life Beyond the Binary by Hannah Sorila


Educators Must Say No to Racism and Anti-LGTBQ+ Legislation by Stevey Jones


The Inclusion Solution LIVE: Amplifying Diverse Perspectives, a podcast with Leigh Morrison and Gabrielle Gayagoy Gonzalez


The Inclusion Solution LIVE: Challenging Boundaries with Humanity, a podcast with Leigh Morrison and Rob Smith

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Get 15% off when you use code PRIDE at during the month of June. A portion of the proceeds from your purchase go toward Live Inclusively® Actualized, where we offer grants to BIPOC-led nonprofits that are breaking down systemic barriers in marginalized communities.

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