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As part of our advocacy efforts surrounding Texas Senate Bill 6, we are planning to send copies of Z Nicolazzo's book Trans* in College to each member of the Texas Senate and House. Our partner Stylus Publishing has very generously agreed to donate the first 31 copies. Donate $20 NOW to cover the cost of one book plus shipping.

Want to do more? $100 will deliver 5 books to the Texas Senate! Or just $5 makes a difference and will be pooled with other donations!

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InsideHigherEd: Bathroom Politics

Texas SB6 Bathroom Bill

...the Texas bill is drawing more attention than others because it is considered most likely to pass... Texas higher education officials have been mostly silent on a controversial piece of state legislation that would restrict bathroom use by transgender individuals on public campuses, even as the law could override existing policies and conflict with federal guidance. The Texas legislation,...

American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Protests Passage of Texas SB 6

Texas SB6 Bathroom Bill

HOUSTON, TEXAS (PRWEB) JANUARY 11, 2017 The American College Personnel Association (ACPA) dba College Student Educators International has issued a formal protest to Texas Governor Greg Abbott regarding Texas Senate Bill 6 and its potential negative impact on college students and ACPA Convention attendees March 11-14, 2018. This bill will require people to use the bathroom or locker room (changing...

Academic group threatens to pull Houston conference over Texas bathroom bill

Texas SB6 Bathroom Bill

An academic group is threatening to pull an upcoming conference from Houston next year, citing concerns with a bill before the Texas legislature that would require transgender people to use bathrooms corresponding to their assigned sex at birth. The American College Personnel Association, a trade group based in the nation’s capital, expects more than 3,100 people to travel to Houston over three...
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ACPA Calls for Member Action Against The Texas Privacy Bill (SB6)

By Dian Squire, Ph.D. Director, Equity & Inclusion If you haven’t been made aware, Texas legislators have introduced to the senate State Bill 6 ( SB6 ), the latest anti-transgender “bathroom bill” in our country. The bill is colloquially titled “The Texas Privacy Bill.” The bill would restrict trans-identified people from utilizing restrooms and changing facilities that align with their...
Martin Luther King Jr

"Do's" and "Don'ts" to Consider when Observing the Life and Legacy of Dr. King

Dear Colleagues, I want to thank our allies at Edutopia and Teaching Tolerance for the following article, including a list of recommended "Do's" and "Don'ts" to consider when observing the life and legacy of Dr. King with students. With permission, we have adapted their recommendations for use on higher education campuses. Please add your recommendations. -Cindi Love, Ed.D. ACPA Executive...