Gender Diversity Project
Gender Diversity Project
Welcome Fall 2019 students! Fall semester GDP meeting times TBD.
The Gender Diversity Project (GDP), formerly Transgender VOICES Transgender RIGHTS, is a student club in the Health Education Department at CCSF. Like us on facebook!
In 2004, GDP began designing a project to work in service to, and in collaboration with, transgender, gender variant, and gender queer communities at CCSF and beyond. Our mission is to dismantle the stereotypes that perpetuate fear, discrimination, harassment, and violence. Our goal is to work together in support, education, and advocacy projects to ensure the dignity and human rights that we all deserve. Our work is ongoing and emerges from the talent, energy, creativity and commitment of those involved semester by semester.
Since then, we have planned and hosted 15 annual Transgender Awareness Day campus wide events, published 2 books and many useful handouts, trained over 300 faculty/staff/administrators at CCSF and beyond on issues of gender diversity, collaborated with the Graphics Department on various poster campaigns, updated the list of Gender Neutral Bathrooms on campus, hosted Bystander Intervention trainings and Open Forums to hear from trans and gender variant students, represented CCSF at outreach events, and advocated for student safety on campus.
For a list of helpful resources for transgender and gender variant students at CCSF scroll to the bottom of this page.
GENDER DIVERSITY PROJECT: RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION
The Gender Diversity Project: Resources for Education is now available to view and down load on the links below. It is designed as a tool for use by educators and administrators in college settings as well as community members who find it useful in their particular work.
The Gender Diversity Project: Resources for Education is a
two disc package that consists of a DVD with four digital stories (4
minutes each) entitled “Transgender 101,” “Transgender Voices,” and
“Choose All that Apply” and “Linking Learning and Action,” created by
students, faculty and staff of the project. The DVD also includes a
bonus short “Wrong Bathroom” by Shani Heckman, filmmaker and former
City College student.The Gender Diversity Project grew out of our work
to promote the rights of transgender and gender variant people at
CCSF. We hope you find these resources and digital stories useful in
transforming your classroom, organization or educational
GENDER DIVERSITY PROJECT: RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION: FACILITATOR'S GUIDE (Click to download PDF)
(includes detailed background information on gender identity issues, discussion questions and learning activities to accompany the digital stories, tips for facilitating this subject area, and an extensive resource list with web links).
DIGITAL STORIES (CLICK TO WATCH EACH STORY)
|Transgender 101 ||Linking Learning and
|Transgender Voices|| |
Choose All That Apply
"A progressive and cutting edge national resource for educators
about gender and transgender communities."
-Lydia A. Sausa, Ph.D., M.S. Ed., C.S.E., Former Instructor, City College of San Francisco Former Curriculum Development & Training Administrator, Center of Excellence for Transgender HIV Prevention, UCSF.
FOR A COMPLETE DVD/ CD SET OF GDP: RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION
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ADDITIONAL GENDER DIVERSITY PROJECT PUBLICATIONS
Other Gender Diversity Project resources developed in campus wide campaigns are available to down load:
In collaboration with students, faculty and staff of the Graphic Communications Department,
Gender Diversity Project has self-published two books: INSIDE OUT and TRANSGENDER TIME
TRANSGENDER AND GENDER VARIANT FRIENDLY CCSF RESOURCES
3) Transitioning To CCSF Brochure (campus resources for transgender, genderqueer, and gender-variant students and allies)
5) Instructional Programs and Student Services for LGBT Students (pick up a copy in the Link Center MU 301)
Gender Neutral Bathroom Poster Campaign
Be on the lookout around campus for our Gender Neutral Bathroom poster campaign (in collaboration with the Graphics Department). On each poster is a QR Code--you can click on it and pull up the Gender Neutral Bathroom List on your phone! There are also printed copies of the Gender Neutral Bathroom list in the Link Center MUB 301. Also you can find them on the link above too :)