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K-State Today

September 6, 2018

Fall Safe Zone training sessions

Submitted by Kodee Walls

Safe Zone's introductory and advanced training sessions are scheduled — sign up online. Space is limited, but we try to offer multiple introductory training sessions per semester.

Safe Zone has been a part of Kansas State University since the 1970s when it was initially started to create allies to sexual and gender minorities. After a revitalization of the program in 2002, Safe Zone expanded beyond LGBTQ individuals to develop partners and advocates for multiple oppressed, marginalized and silenced groups. Allies are remarkably effective at promoting positive change in the dominant culture.