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GSAFE will bring together the next class of student activists this August at our 13th Annual Leadership Training Institute (LTI). At LTI campers will spend four days learning the skills and knowledge they need to organize for safer schools for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning students.
Our goal is to raise $5,000 to send 40 students to LTI – that’s $125 per camper.
Meet some of this year’s campers:
Why did you apply to attend LTI?
“I’ve heard from some people that LTI changed them in ways they didn’t expect, that there was a self-discovery aspect to it, and that appealed to me. Also, it just sounded like a really good opportunity to work on leadership skills. Specifically, I want to work on my public speaking, particularly in front of my peers.”
– Emma, Madison East High School
What is your hope for the GSA movement?
“I want people to know that GSA groups aren’t just for LGBT people – it’s for anyone who wants to get together and fight to make things better in their school. GSAs should be tackling in-school fighting, racial oppression, all the issues that are making students feel unsafe. I’ve worked to build a very diverse GSA, made up of students from many different social groups. I think that’s what makes my GSA very special, and I hope other GSAs can have that, too.”
– Chaya, Mequon Homestead High School
Help support these amazing activists and this year’s Leadership Training Institute by donating today here.