We recognize the need to support and preserve the integrity of human rights for all and to cultivate action and alliances that will exemplify these ideals. Spectrum will work toward these ends by providing social events where all students are welcome and empowering student voices through education outreach, awareness raising, service projects, and direct political action. Our club was first recognized by the university on December 18, under the Office of Student Activities. Each club would function under different fundamental ideas: the idea of activism Spectrum and community support Unity. The club historically joined Spring Hill College P.
Curriculum The camp focuses on core issues that center the work of GSAs and student organizations into an anti-oppression framework. This focus helps students learn how to address racism, classism, homophobia and gender oppression and use their club to make real change in their schools, communities and states. QYLTS Action Camp depends entirely on support from our community and allies to provide the resources needed to make this camp a success. Help give young people the space and tools they need to empower themselves by making a donation, signing up to contribute a meal, or becoming a sponsor. The Magic City Acceptance Center is comprised of organizations and individuals committed to ensuring that Alabama schools are safe learning environments where all students are free from discrimination, harassment, and violence. Where there is no protection and where there is fear or misinformation, the ASSC seeks to provide the impetus and resources needed to make Alabama schools safe learning environments for all students.
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For more information, please check us out on Facebook and Instagram! Steel City Spectrum is a peer-led support and advocacy group for trans, non-binary, genderfluid, agender and non-cis identified individuals. Meetings focus on celebrating trans identities, discussing current issues for those in attendance, exchanging resources and learning more about how to navigate society as a trans individual.