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Human Rights Campaign HBCU LGBT Summit Fosters New Leaders

30 LGBT student leaders traveled to Washington, D.C., to participate in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s HBCU Leadership and Career Summit for personal leadership and career training.

Dr. Victor Schwartz of The Jed Foundation offers advice on how college students and campuses can promote acceptance and more inclusive communities.

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The upcoming conference of the National LGBT Bar Association will give academics a chance to discuss how the Supreme Court’s repeal of Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act will impact what’s taught in the classroom.

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Though student-athletes at the University of Georgia are not publicly revealing their sexual orientation, some are being open within their team.

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The “Expanding the Circle” summer institute offered best practices and initiatives in academia and student affairs for LGBTQ students.

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A former student who was expelled for being a lesbian receives enormous online support following the college’s request that she repay scholarship money.

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I also want to celebrate and mark the positive shifts when we see them, such as increased visibility and acceptance of queer leaders on our campuses nationwide.

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Andy Herrera of Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, is known as a strong advocate for underrepresented students.

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Safe spaces, positive role models and conversation are instrumental in improving college graduation rates among gay men of color, panelists say.

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Advocates say that, besides being a recruiting tool to help diversify campuses, openly assessing a school’s LGBT population would make colleges more aware of needs such as finding tolerant roommates.

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