Diversity & Democracy: Civic Learning for Shared Futures
Diversity & Democracy Volume 15, Number 1  

Diversity & Democracy
Volume 15,
Number 1

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About This Issue
Featured Topic: Shared Futures
Teaching LBGTQI Issues in Higher Education: An Interdependent Framework
Applying the Seven Learning Principles to Creating LGBT-Inclusive Classrooms
Graphing Institutional Change toward More Inclusive Environments
Queer’s Dual Meanings: Possibilities for Service Learning
“In Dreams Begins Responsibility”: LGBTQ Work in Jesuit Higher Education
Queer Theory’s Relevance to Student Learning
Breaking the Silence at Spelman College and Beyond
Campus Practice
Delectable Diversity: Gender and Sexuality Studies in General Education
Safe Zone Dialogues at the University of Alabama at Birmingham
Research Report
LGBTQ Campus Climate: The Good and the Still Very Bad
And More...
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The Gender Diversity Project

The Gender Diversity Project at the City College of San Francisco has created critical resources for educators hoping to include issues affecting transgender and gender variant people in their curricula. The project's Resources for Education include an extensive Facilitator's Guide and several videos to prompt conversation in the classroom. To access these resources, visit www.ccsf.edu/hiv/gdp.

LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education

Formed in 2010, LGBTQ Presidents in Higher Education provides support for the growing number of college and university presidents who publically identify as LGBTQ, as well as advocacy for LGBTQ issues in higher education. To learn more about the group's activities and mission, visit www.lgbtqpresidents.org.

Consortium of LGBT Higher Education Resource Professionals

This consortium of faculty, staff, and graduate students advocates for policies and practices that improve the campus climate for LGBT individuals. The consortium is a cosponsor of LGBTQ Architect (http://architect.lgbtcampus.org/), a compendium of free online resources for higher education professionals. To learn more about the consortium, visit www.lgbtcampus.org.

Campus Pride

Campus Pride is a national nonprofit organization connecting "student leaders and campus groups working to create a safer college environment for LGBT students" (from the website). The organization's resources include leadership camps, webinars, and the LGBT-Friendly Campus Climate Index. For more information, visit www.campuspride.org.

Questions, comments, and suggestions regarding Diversity & Democracy should be directed to Kathryn Peltier Campbell at campbell@aacu.org.
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