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Welcome

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joe kelly 

Joe Kelly, Ph.D, SafeZone Ally (CofC Board of Trustees meeting, 03/20/14)

"But I don't websitewant to speak for the GSA or for anyone else here. I urge the Board to do what I am resolving to do myself, and that's to speak to the gay and lesbian, bi-sexual, trans, and questioning members of our community, and to listen. We might begin by visiting the GSA Facebook page -- maybe attend a meeting or go through the SafeZone trainig, call someone on the phone and invite them to coffee. If you don't know what our friends and colleagues experience on our campus, please resolve to find out. Let's talk about inclusion, let's create real equality and let's promote a climate that coincides with our values." 

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LAVENDER CELEBRATION SPRING 2014 

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The Pledge for Full Equality 2014 

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Endorse the Pledge (Click Here)

Read the Broad Proposal Document (Click Here)

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SafeZone Welcomes -1st Intern

Isabel Williams 

Isabell Williams

READ ISABEL'S BIO

SafeZone Intern Responsibilites

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CofC - CAMPUS PRIDE INDEX

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 campus pride
(Click here to see the results)

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Welcome to the Ally Family

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On Sunday February 9, 2014

Some SGA Senators joined the SafeZone Ally Movement

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On Wednesday December 11, 2014 professionals from Academic Affairs - Provost Office joined with the Dean of North Campus and Legal Affairs to attend the Ally 101 SafeZone overview. 

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Coming Together

A Safe Zone is a place where one can feel free to talk about being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, allied, asexual or intersex without fear of criticism or hatred. It is a place where one can feel not only supported, but affirmed and valued. Welcome to the College of Charleston Safe Zone!

The College of Charleston Safe Zone program is sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Student Programs and Services.

Nondiscrimination policy 

College of Charleston has a Non-discrimination policy for sexual orientation and gender indentity: http://hrma.cofc.edu/index.php