This week, SEED founder Peggy McIntosh will be in Spokane, Washington to give free, public lectures at two universities and meet with members of the institutions' communities.
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Watch SEED leaders talk about some of the ways in which SEED has helped them come out at work, create more welcoming environments for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students and those with LGBT parents, and be good allies.
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.