Research shows that students of color and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) students are more likely to be disciplined than their White, non-LGBTQ peers. Students with intersectional identities, such as Black transgender youth or gay undocumented youth, are at even greater risk. Equality Federation is proud to join Advancement Project and Gay Straight Alliance Network to premier Power in Partnerships: Building Connections at the Intersections to End the School-to-Prison Pipeline, a new report intended to serve as a resource for LGBTQ and racial justice organizations interested in working together to address disparities in school discipline along lines of race, gender and sexual orientation.
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