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December eNewsletter 2011

In this issue: Sarah Howell says goodbye; watch our "Ripples of Change" video; and our tool "Shared Oppressions" helps organizations to think about how to integrate LGBTQ issues into their work.

Dear Friend,

As we wrap up 2011, we are working hard to prepare for next year's campaigns and changes at the Center. Sarah Howell, a trainer and organizer, says goodbye as she heads to the snowy mountains of Montana. We've uploaded "Shared Oppressions" is a tool that helps your organization to think about how to be inclusive of LGBTQ issues in your current work. And we want to thank the folks who have taken the time to watch our "Ripples of Change" video. Have you seen it? Take a moment and share in a part of the work this last year and thanks for your support.

In solidarity,

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Kelley Weigel

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"It's Been Swell" - A Note from Sarah Howell

Sarah 2011
After four amazing years on staff at Western States Center, I will be leaving in January.  I am incredibly grateful for all the opportunities I've had while at the Center - working alongside my talented and lovely colleagues, learning from the organizations the Center partners with, and traveling the region meeting with community leaders doing the hard work on the ground.  

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Together We Can Create Ripples of Change!

Join us to create ripple effects that strengthen communities, transform cultures and create lasting change.

 

 

Your support enables us to continue transforming cultures, strengthening communities and creating lasting change. This adds up to progressive change and values that we know you believe in. 

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"Shared Oppressions" - A Tool

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After an organization has established key issues and priorities— the next step is to examine and connect LGBTQ issues to the priorities they are already focused on.

"Shared Oppressions" helps organizations and organizers to ground the conversation about LGBTQ rights in the experiences of communities of color, and create opportunities to logically extend the work to engage potential LGBTQ constituents.

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