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5 Considerations for Anti-Racist LGBTQ+ Affirming Schools

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Interactive Guided Learning

Participants will be guided in action planning that meets them where they are and highlight actionable steps towards creating a more welcoming school for all.

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In June of 2021 Nevada became the 6th state to continue the trend of mandating LGBTQ-Inclusive History curriculum. And yet, there remains a significant lack of resources for school leaders on implementation, especially those seeking an integrated, intersectional approach. This workshop will guide school leaders in moving from spotlight or single-lesson LGBTQ+ inclusion to a more systemic and equitable approach. Bex Mui, M. Ed (she/her) will present free, diverse LGBTQ+ resources, share 5 key considerations for building anti-racist LGBTQ+ -affirming schools, and guide participants in action planning that meets them where they are and highlights actionable steps towards creating a more welcoming school for all.

Join anti-racist educators, administrators and activists from across the country for this 90 minute LIVE online workshop. 

September Session:

Tuesday, September 21, 2021 7pm ET


Seats are limited.






"Leadership" is a loaded term. So many people working in education spaces demonstrate leadership, regardless of their position or job title. THIS workshop is for people in decision-making & supervisory positions who are looking to start their journey or deepen their practice. If you play another role in schools, invite your leaders to this workshop! 
In an effort to ensure that this critical work is accessible to all, we offer discount pricing. We do not require that you prove financial hardship, but we do ask that you select the option that most honestly reflects your spending capabilities.
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Meet The Facilitator

Bex Mui, M. Ed. (she/her) is a biracial, first generation, queer, lesbian, cis femme organizer and consultant committed to the work of LGBTQ+ affirmation at the intersections of education, equity, and spirituality. A former elementary school teacher with 10 years in the classroom, Bex has worked and advocated for LGBTQ+ inclusion in the K-12 education system for the past 15 years. Bex created the online class, Decolonzing Gender, for the Institude for Anti-Racist Education, and has presented on anti-racist, LGBTQ-centered advocacy at the local, state, and national level. She is currently the Director of the Stonewall National Education Program (SNEP), where she is overseeing the professional development and 2022 LGBTQ+ Inclusive Curriculum Conference for the Stonewall National Museum and Archives.