Campus Pride Resources

Bias and Hate Crime Prevention

Campus Pride supports colleges and universities in preventing and combating hate on campus as well as fostering the development of community through its Stop The Hate program. The national program serves as the premiere source for bias and hate crime prevention resources for higher education institutions and campus communities.

Stop The Hate reflects Campus Pride’s commitment to provide social justice tools for combating bias and hate crimes. Stop The Hate is dedicated to provide the necessary resources and educational training to combat hate on college campuses; and to actively seek partnerships and collaboration among various organizations with similar concerns to address bias and hate behaviors. Learn more about the Stop The Hate Train the Trainer and explore these bias and hate crime prevention resources.

Exposing the harm of “ex-gay ministries” and “conversion therapy”

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The three main points you should know and a resource guide for further study  by Isabel Williams, College of Charleston  “Ex-gay minsitries”,”reparative therapy”, “conversion therapy”, or “sexual reorientation therapy” describes practices of individuals or groups that claim to offer “treatment” for LGBT identities and attempt to literally change them to hetero-normative and cis-gender identities. Once, […]

7 Ways for Campus Safety to Support LGBT Students

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by Eric W. Trekell   IN OCTOBER OF 2005, the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) issued a survey on U.S. Secondary school climate, indicating that 65 percent of teens reported being harassed in the past year, with perceived or actual sexual orientation the second most commonly cited (33 percent) reason for harassment. Moreover, […]

8 Steps to Improve Campus Housing for LGBT Students

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by Karen M. Williamsen-Garvey and Steve Wisener   WHERE ONE LIVES is among the biggest areas of concern for LGBT college and university students. The basic need for safety and security in student housing is particularly intense for LGBT students. Because of the vast diversity in the LGBT student community, it can be tricky for […]

How LGBT student leaders can expose the lies and extremism of the National Organization for Marriage

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As the National Organization for Marriage’s efforts against marriage equality in Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, and Washington heat up, students are called to educate peers and lead the struggle for inclusive communities and campuses. It is no secret that the National Organization for Marriage is working against gay marriage in battleground states across the country. However, […]

Ex-Gay Politics on Campus

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by Christine M. Robinson, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of Sociology and Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies James Madison University  Has your LGBT Resource Center been contacted by PFOX (Parents and Friends of Gays and Ex-Gays) requesting distribution of ex-gay literature? Have you seen advertisements from ex-gay organizations in your student newspaper or heard an ex-gay speaker on campus? Is […]

How to Handle Hate Preachers on Campus

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Hate preachers thrive on attention and publicity. They use provocative language in an attempt to ‘hook’ people. They frequently press charges and fund their homophobic campaigns by winning lawsuits. Some effective strategies that others have used include: Ignore the haters completely. Do not give them any media attention. Do NOT touch any of the haters. […]

Equation for a Hate Crime: How Hazing and Homophobia Could Have Played a Role in FAMU’s Robert Champion Jr. Death

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Recently, advocates from around the country gathered in Baltimore for the annual Creating Change conference, hosted by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force. At the 24th national conference on LGBT equality, the National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) and the National Education Association’s Office of Minority Community Outreach partnered to present a timely townhall meeting […]

Stop the Hate Fraternity & Sorority Action Guide for Bias & Hate Crime Prevention

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The Stop the Hate Fraternity and Sorority Action Guide prepares fraternity and sorority professionals to better understand terminology to define bias incidents and hate crimes, the scope of the problem as well as related leagal issues as they related to college fraternities and sororities. Download the Stop The Hate Fraternity & Sorority Action Guide.