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What is Safe Zone?

Safe Zone is a message to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex (LGBTI) and Ally students and colleagues that this is a safe place where one may be open about their identity without fear.  This space hereby respects all people regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.  If a person decides to display the Safe Zone placard, it signifies that the person has participated in a training workshop to increase awareness and sensitivity to LGBTI and ally issues and is one who can serve as a referral/resource person.

Participation:

The Campus Activities Center conducts Safe Zone workshops periodically.  Requests are accepted.  The workshop is three hours long or can be broken up into two 90 minute sessions.  Workshops are limited to 15 participants, but exceptions can be made.  After completing the workshop, participants have the opportunity to request a Safe Zone placard.  For more information or to request a workshop, please contact David Adams at dadams@pittstate.edu