MA girl harassed at school for having two moms
This article appeared in the Boston Globe today. Complaint spurs review of school diversity policy By Rich Fahey, Globe Correspondent October 11, 2007 The Milton
Important Words to Protect Our Children
As we know from the feedback we got on the Rainbow Report Card, a lot of LGBTQ parents out there are generally pleased with the
gendersafe in a world of gender stereotypes
We bring you this guest post by By Brittney Hoffman. Brittney Hoffman is the GenderYOUTH Campus Director for Gender Public Advocacy Coalition (GenderPAC) in Washington,
LGBTQ parents & schools, part II
How would you like to see a sign like this at your child’s school? The sign reads, “Our school wants to be welcoming. If you
LGBTQ parents & schools
For your reading pleasure, we’re reproducing a great article that ran in Friday’s Washington Blade, titled “Back to school with 2 daddies” by Katherine Volin.
parents appeal decision upholding diversity in classrooms – how does your school measure up?
In Family Pride’s own backyard, two sets of Lexington, MA parents are in the process of appealing a claim that public schools are “indoctrinating children
GLBT Families and the Pressure to Be Perfect
We’re excited to bring this guest post by Cindy Rizzo, Director of Grantmaking Programs for the Arcus Foundation. The battle for GLBT family recognition and
win fabulous prizes in our Family Poetry Contest!
We are thrilled to announce Family Pride’s first ever Family Poetry Contest! Starting today, we are accepting poetry submissions based on the theme, “love is….”
school apologizes for blacking out same-sex kiss in yearbook
Safe and inclusive schools are always on our minds. Just last week, we released the Rainbow Report Card to work towards that ideal. It’s ironic
announcing the Rainbow Report Card: how safe is your child’s school?
With report card season upon us, we thought it would be smart to launch one of our own: the Rainbow Report Card. As promised, we
the rainbow report card: coming to a computer near you
It’s no secret that some of our most important work at Family Pride involves making schools safer and more inclusive. Last August, we released the