CHARLOTTE, NC, April 7, 2009 –Today Campus Pride officially launched its national blog, Campus Q&A (http://www.CampusPrideBlog.org). The blog is written and moderated by a team of college student leaders from across the country who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and ally. As the name Campus Q&A implies, the blog provides a forum to ask questions and get answers.
The only blog of its kind for and by college student leaders, Campus Pride operates the blog through its Campus Q Team. The team consists of nearly a dozen LGBT and ally student leaders chosen from across the country, who serve as active, visible resource persons in variousregions. Any student who is part of the Campus Q Team may be a featured blogger.
“Campus Pride views the Campus Q&A blog as a platform for college activists as well as an organizing tool for LGBT and ally student leaders at colleges and universities. The blog sheds light on important issues to young adults and allows their voice to be heard in a prominent manner in national discourse,” said Christopher Bylone, Campus Q Team Coordinator for Campus Pride. “This blog will be the hub for what’s happening queer on and around college campuses.”
Campus Pride is the leading national nonprofit organization for LGBT and ally student leaders and campus organizations. The mission of the organization is to build future leaders and to create safer, more LGBT-friendly colleges and universities. Campus Pride has been recognized and praised for its Campus Pride Camp in the summer and the national LGBT-Friendly Campus Climate Index (http://www.campusclimateindex.org). The new blog will also be a vital tool for Campus Pride to share new resources, updates and activities about the organization in a timely manner.
To learn more about Campus Pride or about how to join the Campus Q Team to be a blogger, please go online to http://www.CampusPride.org. Any questions, please email email@example.com or call 704-277-6710.
Believe In — Campus Pride is the leading national nonprofit organization 501(c)(3) for student leaders and campus organizations working to create safer, more LGBT-friendly colleges and universities. It exists to give “voice and action” in building future LGBT and ally leaders. More info online at www.campuspride.org.