PFLAG Academy Online - November 2023

Supporting Trans & Nonbinary Loved Ones: What Would You Do?
Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2023 at 8:30pm ET / 5:30pm PT

People who are transgender and nonbinary (and their affirming families) are under attack – in state legislatures, in the media, and in schools. There has never been a greater need to have educated and engaged allies fighting for equality.

In this newly updated session we’ll review what advocates need to know to fight for their trans and nonbinary loved ones. Then we’ll put what we’ve learned to work, navigating real-world scenarios.

Register today!

Military Family Appreciation Month

November is Military Family Appreciation Month, and we're proud to support our LGBTQ+ military families and servicemembers! If you're a military family with LGBTQ+ loved ones, we have resources for you in partnership with Modern Military Association of America

Convention Highlight: Let Freedom Read!

Our opening session from Learning With Love: The 2023 PFLAG National Convention--including the opening keynote from First Lady Jill Biden and our plenary session on fighting back against book bans--is available to watch on YouTube on-demand! The First Lady's words were and inspiring kick-off to the convention. The panel session, moderated by MSNBC's Ali Velshi, featured experts in conversation about how to support inclusive books and education, and why it's important to #ReadWithLove. 📚 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️

Native American Heritage Month

The designation of November as Native American Heritage Month goes back to a joint congressional resolution signed by President George HW Bush in 1990, with similar proclamations being issued every year since 1994. This is a time to celebrate the traditions, stories, and languages of Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and affiliated Island communities.

We are #PFLAGProud to support this rich and diverse community, including by investing in minority-owned depository institutions such as Bay Bank, founded in 1995 by the Oneida Nation and a group of five local businessmen, and since 2000, solely owned by the Oneida Nation.

Learn more about our commitment to inclusion, anti-racism work, and ending white supremacy


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