NASPA Article Lists Pitfalls To Avoid In LGBTQ+ Programming

Ted Lewis, Associate Director for LGBTQ Campus Life at The University of Richmond and Chris Parcell, Director of LGBTQI Life at Vanderbilt University co-wrote an article for The National Association of Student Personal Administrators’ (NASPA) blog on things that are problematic in LGBTQ+ programming.

Topics include respectability politics, not making connections between the ivory tower and the surrounding community, and more.

Good  points for consideration for student affairs professionals, teachers, community members and others who would like to serve in this work.

Visit the full article to learn more:

 

After reading it, think about if there are things that you would like added to the list.

Ubuntu,

From Aspiring Humanitarian, Relando Thompkins-Jones, MSW, LLMSW

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