Meetings and Events
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Join us March 13-15, 2011 for our annual Policy Conference and Lobby Days
Each year, transgender people, our families, friends and allies join us in Washington, DC, as we go to our members of
Congress to share vital information with them about transgender people and our families. We will also have great
opportunities to talk with policy makers in the Administration whose work directly impacts our lives. Please join us
as we make strides to bring transgender equality to our nation's capital.
SPD Perspectives in Profiling - Community Training, Information and Invite
Please RSVP by Friday, April 1st by contacting Maggie Olsen at Margaret.Olsen@seattle.gov or 206-684-8672
The 8th ANNUAL GATHERING OF THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST RECONCILING MINISTRIES NETWORK
Marriage Equality in Washington State
Update from GLAAD's LGBT Latino Media Activist list
We want you to tell us what’s going on in your life this coming winter/spring, and how it relates to your identity. For example, are you...
PLEASE LET US KNOW!
Queer Asian Women Research - Participants Needed
We are Dr. Meifen Wei (Assistant Professor) and Robyn Zakalik Doctoral Student) in the Department of Psychology at Iowa State University. This study involves Asian or South Asian American women who have a concern (e.g., question, struggle, difficulty, etc.) related to their sexual orientation and/or being an Asian American. This is a research study approved by the University Institutional Research Board (IRB #05-601) at Iowa State University.
We are looking for participants who are 18 years of age or older. You should be an Asian or South Asian American woman who is romantically attracted to other women. You may identify as lesbian, bisexual, queer, or questioning OR you may be attracted to women but feel that none of these identifications represent you.
If you feel that you are appropriate for this study based on the above description, please consider participation. Monetary compensation will be made available to compensate you for the time and effort necessary to participate in this study.
If you know of someone else who may be appropriate for this study, we would appreciate you forwarding this email on.
If you are interested in participating in this research study and would like to find out more about it, please email Robyn Zakalik
Participation in this research study is voluntary and you may withdraw your participation at anytime.
Meifen Wei, Ph.D.
Robyn Zakalik, M.S.
Join us for the LGBT Community Caucus
Tuesday, May 4, 5:00pm - 7:15pm
Fight the Fear Campaign
Rooted in the tragedy of the recent South Park murder/attack and thanks to efforts from SPD officer Kim Bogucki, a program has been developed to offer community members self-defense training. For more information: http://fightthefearcampaign.com