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Building Teaching Capacity for LGBTQ+ Inclusion with Queer Ethnic Studies

LGBTQ+ students have led movements for more fairness, inclusion, and justice in schools. Student groups, individual student activists, as well as their adult allies often do the work of educating themselves, their peers, and the larger community. While the knowledge created by and for young people is especially powerful and effective, students come to school to learn and adults are meant to guide and support them. So, how can educators further step up to be allies and accomplices with movements for LGBTQ+ inclusion? 
Published on 26 Jun 2020

Mario and Alex Espinoza-Kulick are the #QueerProfs. They live and work on California’s Central Coast, focusing on education, immigration, health, decolonialization, social justice and equity.

To read their full article click here.

For consulting and coaching opportunities, you can reach them at QueerProfs@gmail.com 

Mario Espinoza-Kulick

MA, PhD Candidate.

Lecturer, Ethnic Studies.& Women’s, Gender and Queer Studies, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

Dr. Alex Espinoza-Kulick

MA, PhD

Instructor, Human Development / Human Services & Sociology, Cuesta College

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