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Being supported at home, in school and in the community is important for all children and youth – especially LGBTQ youth. From creating an inclusive learning environment for students — whether a student is in the process of transitioning, or she has two moms — to understanding the challenges and resiliency of LGBTQ youth, HRC provides a wealth of resources for support.
The youth ambassadors represent the HRC Foundation to help raise awareness about its programs to improve the lives of LGBTQ youth at home, at school, at work, and beyond.
Schools In Transition: A Guide for Supporting Transgender Students in K-12 Schools is a first-of-its-kind resource providing a blueprint for safe, supportive and inclusive school environments for transgender youth.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQ) youth need and deserve to learn in settings that are inclusive of their experiences and that give them the education necessary to…
This guide is designed to help LGBTQ youth who aren't able to rely on their parents or guardians for financial support.
This resource will help parents recognize when and how conversion therapy is promoted, provides information about the dangers of the practice, and offers guidance to parents regarding practices that promote…
HRC Foundation and the University of Connecticut released the largest-of-its-kind survey ever of more than 12,000 LGBTQ teenagers across the nation, revealing in distressing detail the persistent challenges so many…
Join HRC's webinar to gain comprehensive strategies for combatting tobacco consumption of LGBTQ youth.
This resource presents data collected from Latinx youth, shedding light on their challenges and triumphs encountered while navigating multiple, intersecting identities.
This report details the alarming challenges and barriers facing transgender and gender-expansive youth around the country -- and their perseverance in the face of discrimination and harassment.
This resource presents data collected from Asian and Pacific Islander LGBTQ youth, shedding light on their challenges and triumphs encountered while navigating multiple, intersecting identities.