Tuesday, June 15 | 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT on Zoom and PlaybackNACAC.com
Welcome Remarks from NACAC CEO Angel B. Pérez, PhD
11 am ET
Human Rights Campaign: Policy Update and Advocacy
11:05 am ET - 12:15 pm ET
Just this year alone, 12 bills adversely affecting LGBTQ individuals have been signed into law; 5 have already been enacted while 7 of them are awaiting governors’ signatures. The presenters provide a legislative update surrounding these recent anti-LGBTQ laws and ways for you to advocate for your students.
Ellen Kahn (she/her), Senior Director of Programs and Partnerships, Human Rights Campaign (DC)
Sarah Warbelow (she/her), Legal Director, Human Rights Campaign (DC)
How to Support Different Identities
12:30 pm ET - 1:45 pm ET
Intersectionality is understanding people have multiple identities that impact how they move through the world and how they are treated by others. This session provides best practices for how to support the students in your schools and on your campuses as they explore and understand their identities. In addition, this session outlines appropriate terminology to use in support of the LGBTQ community.
Counseling LGBTQ Students Through the Transition to College
2 pm - 3: 15 pm ET
Reading Admission Application and LGBTQ Related Bias
2 pm - 3:15 pm ET
Unconscious bias toward LGBTQ students sometimes surfaces during the college application review process. This session focuses on how to check your bias to create a more inclusive application process.
$50 - Included free with purchase of NACAC's 2020 National Conference—no need to register.
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