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The Pink Triangle

SEED Staff Member Judy Logan, a middle school teacher of English and social studies in San Francisco and the author of Teaching Stories, here shares the story of being an ally to LGBT students in her school. She writes about the initially negative response to her putting up a pink triangle to indicate she was someone students could turn to about LGBT matters, and how she then worked constructively with other faculty and students to create a more welcoming environment.

 

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SEED Founder Peggy McIntosh Profiled in Teaching Tolerance

Teaching Tolerance, the magazine of the Southern Poverty Law Center, has profiled SEED founder Peggy McIntosh in its spring issue.

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SEED to Present at and Sponsor Creating Change Conference

The National SEED Project is proud to be both a presenter and a sponsor at the 26th National Conference on LGBT Equality: Creating Change, January 29 to February 2, 2014 in Houston, Texas. We'll be sponsoring the Schools and Education track of programming, and offering a workshop on "Laying the Foundation for Ongoing Conversations on Race and Gender in Schools."

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