Our role in responding to racism and violence
There are no adequate words to express our feelings of shock, sadness, and anger over the murder of nine innocent people in Charleston, SC this week. That these nine victims were participating in a bible group in a church makes this even more horrific.
LGBTQ Issues on Campus: What’s Changing?
In the next post for the GLBT KC Blog Series, member Angela Zippin discusses changing policies on campuses impacting the LGBTQ+ community.
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NASPA Right Now: Letter from NASPA President Kevin Kruger
In this special edition of NASPA Right Now, NASPA President Kevin Kruger has penned an open letter to further discuss Indiana's SB 101, its impact on the 2016 NASPA Annual Conference, and how NASPA is responding.
“5 Things” you should know about campus gender-based violence
NASPA has published its latest "5 Things Brief" on gender-based violence. Authored by NASPA Associate Vice President for Equity, Inclusion, and Violence Prevention, this brief provides student affairs practitioners the tools and knowledge they need to address this growing challenge.
An ounce of prevention, a pound of cure
With a national focus on gender-based violence, significant changes to marijuana laws, and mental health challenges new and old, this years trio of NASPA conferences focused on those topics and equipping prevention professionals on campus with the best tools possible.