LGBTQ+ youth in schools have consistently reported experiencing bullying and harassment in schools. Unfortunately, the 2021 National School Climate Survey proves that things have only gotten worse in recent years. That research also illustrates what works – including inclusive curriculum and films like Sally Rubin’s Mama Has a Mustache.
Join us this Thursday, November 17 at 4:30 PM ET / 1:30 PM PT for Something to Talk About Live where we will be discussing “More than 80 percent of LGBTQ students reported feeling unsafe at school last year: report,” by Brooke Migdon which appeared in The Hill, and “Chapman Filmmaker Sally Rubin Finds That Kids Say the Most Insightful Things About Family and Gender Identity” by Dennis Arp which appeared in the Chapman University Newsroom.
We’re excited to welcome Joseph Kosciw, Director, GLSEN Research Institute and Sally Rubin, Filmmaker, Mama Has a Mustache to the conversation!
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To learn more–and to check out our discussion questions in advance–visit pflagnation.al/STTALive-111722.