Safe Spaces 101

Tuesday, November 05, 2013
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Sam Rayburn Student Center - Innovation A
Event Type
Training

The Safe Space Program is an initiative to educate allies who support LGBTQ individuals within our campus community. The mission of the Texas A&M-Commerce's Safe Spaces Project is to create a safer, free, and more welcome environment for all individuals, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, by offering free workshops. Objectives of this workshop include, mobilizing a network of people who are empathetic and knowledgeable about LGBTQ people and topics. The Safe Space training will emphasize knowledge about campus and community resources. To provide evidence of LGBTQ support by displaying a sign as a visible symbol of personal commitment. To reduce the fear of reprisal and discrimination of LGBTQ persons within the TAMUC community. Lunch will be provided. For further information, contact Robin Reid at (903)886-5268 or Nick Patras at 886-5144.

Additional Information
*Must attend a 101 & a 102 session to get ally status. Participants may attend sessions in either order (101/102 or 102/101).
Registration
To register for this important session, or to view the Training & Development Course Calendar go to
www.tamuc.edu/DevelopU

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