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  1. Dallas

    “The Dallas County Community College District board this week amended its policies to prohibit discrimination on the basis of "gender identity and expression."” - Bruce Tomaso

    Dallas County community colleges prohibit discrimination based on 'gender identity and expression'
  2. Boren promises to take gender-neutral housing idea to OU regents
    Norman Transcript
    Members of the University of Oklahoma student groups Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Friends and Students for a Democratic Society staged a campus rally Wednesday for implementation of gender-neutral housing on campus...
  3. Miranda Miller, a staff writer for has published an article titled "Transgender Student's Guide to College"

    "College is an opportunity to expand your horizons, discover, and explore. All too often, however, transgender students have to divide their attention between learning and enjoying the campus experience or taking care of their immediate needs and safety..."

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  4. Norwich University, nation's oldest private military academy, to hold first gay pride week
    From Monday through Saturday, a series of pride-related and awareness-raising events will be hosted by the Norwich University Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Question, and Allies Club. The club is believed to be the country's first ever LGBT Club...
  5. The Top 10 Trans-Friendly Colleges and Universities
    Transgender people within higher education continue to be an invisible, often forgotten community. Only about 10% of colleges and universities have trans-inclusive nondiscrimination statements. Research suggests that trans people face higher rates of harassment when compared to cisgender lesbian, gay, and bisexual people and are three times more likely to fear for their physical safety on campus. In the last decade, however, a number of campuses have become stalwart leaders in creating trans-friendly policies, programs, and practices..