Contents
1. Know Your Rights
2. Advocacy

Know Your Rights

ACLU WA – Know Your Rights:
A Guide for Public School Students in Washington
Equal Access Act FAQ (regarding GSAs)
Free Speech Rights of Public School Teachers in Washington State
Parents’ Guide to School Board Advocacy in Washington
Title IX and Sexual Assault
The Rights of Transgender People in Washington State
Q&A: What the Law Says About Health Insurance and Transgender Care
Encountering Law Enforcement
Public Comments and Other Speech at Local Government Meetings
A Guide on Protests


Lambda Legal: Know Your Rights
This page is designed to help you understand your rights and what to do if you experience discrimination. You deserve to be treated with dignity and your rights should be respect.


LGBTQ-Based Bullying, Harassment, or Discrimination in School
A guideline on what to do when you experience LGBTQ-based bullying, harassment, or discrimination in school. A partnership between GLSEN & PFLAG.


Equity and Civil Rights in Public Schools
Each student has the right to equal access to public education without discrimination. Washington state law prohibits discrimination in public schools towards protected classes.


Gender-Inclusive Schools: Protections for Transgender and Gender-Expansive Students 
Civil rights laws prohibit discrimination and discriminatory harassment on the basis of gender expression and gender identity in Washington public schools. All students have the rights to be treated consistent with their gender identity at school.


How to Find an LGBT-Friendly College
Here are some suggestions on how LGBT students can look for gender-inclusive schools with strong anti-discrimination policies.


TransAthlete
A resource for students, athletes, coaches, and administrators to find information about trans inclusion in athletics at various levels of play.


Tips for Flying While Trans: The Transgender and Non-binary Travel Guide You Didn’t Know You Needed
A comprehensive how-to on traveling smart and safely while trans & nonbinary.


Transgender Law Center: ID Documents
A guide on how navigate the various processes when changing one’s name and/or gender marker on state and federal documentation.


Changes to Legal Documents
A list of recommended documents to update once you’ve legally changed your name and/or gender marker.

Advocacy

Autostraddle’s “Be The Change” series:
So You Want to Be an Organizer!
A Community Organizer’s Glossary
Love Without Power Will Never Bring Justice
Quick Tips for Finding and Keeping Activist Volunteers
5 Tips to Plan a Damn Good Activist Meeting
Petitions, Postcards, Phonebanks, and You
Want to Organize a Protest? Here Are 9 Things You Need to Know


What is Intersectionality
A dive into the history of the term and why it’s important to modern activism and social justice work.


Microaggressions & Resiliency
What are microaggressions and how do they impact people on the day to day?


PFLAG: An Intro to Advocacy Tools & Resources
Our resources are designed to help you with advocacy, teach you about lobbying, how to meet with your legislators, and more.


PFLAG: Straight For Equality: Trans Ally Materials
An collection of resources that focus on understanding and supporting transgender people.


Transgender Day of Remembrance is a Good Start, But Not Enough, Say Advocates
We need people to show up for our trans community year round.


ACLU: Make Your Voice Heard: A Guide to the Washington Legislature
A rundown on how our legislature works and the steps you can take to rally and make change.


PFLAG: Take Action Today on Critical Pieces of Legislation
Sign our petitions and contact your legislatures regarding nondiscrimination protections and other legislation that will protect LGBTQ+ people from harassment and harm.


Learn More About Legislative Issues Affecting LGBTQ+ People
Find out what legislation is in play and how it will affect LGBTQ+ people and their families.


GLSEN’s Directory for Civic Action Resources
A fantastic index full of resources, guides, book lists and more. Learn about issues that matter to you and how to put your thoughts into action!


The Trevor Project: Creating Safer Spaces in Schools for LGBTQ Youth
Learn how to combat LGBTQ harassment, discrimination, or a lack of resources in schools.

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