Safe Space Training Irvine Valley College What are

Safe Space Training Irvine Valley College What are

Safe Space Training Irvine Valley College What are you communicating or supporting when displaying Safe Space signage or rainbow flag? Welcomes people of diverse backgrounds, predominately members of the LGBTQ community. Communicates the support for groups that have been marginalized by society. Safe Spaces provide a place where everyone can feel safe to be who they are. It establishes a campus as an inclusive educational environment. Where all members can learn and share new ideas.

Safe Spaces Importance Increases retention and academic success of students with diverse backgrounds. Foster an inclusive and safe environment. Expose all members of the campus community to new ideas and different world views. Provides students with support from staff and students. Being an Ally Anyone who works to end oppression through support and advocacy of an oppressed group.

How to become an Ally: Learn about LGBTQ Attend Read Join LGBTQ events LGBTQ books and articles an LGBTQ and allies group Attend Speak workshops and trainings on LGBTQ-related topics out against homophobia Display a Safe Space placard in your work area LGBTQ Community

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender or Trans* Queer or Questioning Fostering an inclusive environment All stereotypes and assumptions about someones sexual orientation or gender identity should be thrown out the door. Keep verbal and written confidentiality for all students. Provide students with appropriate resources. (See last slide!) Use gender neutral language, and include same-sex examples.

For example: Ask about a partner, not a boyfriend or girlfriend. In classroom materials, include LGBTQ examples, not just straight ones. Use preferred names and gender pronouns. Ask if you are not sure. Ask all students what name they prefer to be called and if unsure, what pronoun they prefer used. Listen to and validate the experiences of LGBTQ people. On-Campus Resources IVC LGBTQ Liaison Brooke Choo, [email protected], x5390, BSTIC 110 IVC Campus Police Department

CP 100 (949) 451-5234 IVC Counseling Center Student Services Center, Room 210 (949 451-5251 IVC Health and Wellness Center: Psychological Services Student Services Center, Room 150

(949) 451-5221 Dean of Counseling Services Student Services Center, Room 210 (949) 451-5410 External Resources Orange County Equality Coalition 5405 Alton Pkwy., Suite A-250, Irvine CA 92604 LGBT Center on 4th 305 E. 4th St., Ste 200, Santa Ana, CA 92701

(714) 953-5428 Campus Pride : https://www.campuspride.org/ Gay-Straight Alliance Network: https://gsanetwork.org/ The Trevor Lifeline: 1-866-488-7386 or http://www.thetrevorproject.org/ Parents, Families, Friends, and Allies United with LGBTQ People (PFLAG): http://community.pflag.org/ GLBT National Help Center: http://www.glbtnationalhelpcenter.org/

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