• Inclusive Introduction Questionnaires: Resources for collecting information about names, pronouns, pronunciations, and anything else important. There's a Word version and a Canvas version, the latter of which can be used to create a spreadsheet (a better roster) that connects information from the records system to the questionnaire data. 

• Trans Student Educational Resources: Great infographics that are aways up-to-date. These reflect current research and theory. they are terrific for classes and self-education.

• Safe Zone Workshop Packet: A variety of resources we use in workshops. We also use a Prezi presentation and distribute fiers from the LGBT&Ally Education Program. (See the next two links.)

 Safe Zone Workshop Presentation. You might be looking for that video or to revisit some definitions and examples of homophobia, transphobia, microaggressions, etc.

• What is Transphobia?

• What is an Ally?  Step One from HRC.

• Allies vs. Advocates: Let's do both!

• LGBT Timeline: From CNN.

• More Self-educationA great list of links to great places for learning more about a variety of LGBTQ+ topics.

• All-Gender Restrooms on Campus: (The list is official, but from 2017.) We also recommend downloading the crowd-sourced app called REFUGE. It is map-based and works all around the world. We all need your help identifying JMU restrooms, reporting on their accessibility, and pinning them in their correct locations. 

• Policy Guidance: Best practices for supporting LGBTQ+ students on college campuses including (application) forms.

• Title IX Guidance: "Dear Colleague Letter" on transgender student rights and the responsibilities of educational institutions under Title IX.

• JMU EEO Policy #1302: Includes gender identity, sexual orientation, and genetic information (among others).

• JMU Discrimination and Harassment Policy #1324: Includes gender identity, sexual orientation, and genetic information (among others).

• LGBTQ+ Equality I:  Advocating for LGBTQ+ equality in the workplace.

• LGBTQ+ Equality II: The national LGBTQ+ Equality Act.

• LGBTQ+ Equality III: The case against equality.

• LGBTQ+ Equality IIIb: An example, in practice.

• LGBTQ+ Equality IV: Equality vs. Equity.

• LGBTQ+ Equality V: Against Equality - The Blog.

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