The UFT Pride Committee celebrated its second annual Daniel Dromm Scholarship Brunch on June 1 to honor LGBTQ advocates, including student activists, at UFT headquarters in Manhattan.
In a landmark year for the LGBTQ community, UFT members and their families marched in Queens on June 2, and in Brooklyn on June 8, to celebrate Pride Month. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, where the patrons of...
The second annual Daniel Dromm Scholarship Brunch at UFT headquarters in Manhattan on June 1 kicked off Pride Month, honored members of the LGBTQ community past and present and honored five high school seniors with $1,000 scholarships for being...
UFT members and their families marched in Brooklyn on June 8 to celebrate Pride Month and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, the event that launched the modern LGBTQ rights movement.
There is a lot that educators can do to make the school environment more welcoming for these students — and a more inclusive environment for all students and staff.
What started two years ago as a club for LGBTQ students at IS 187 in Borough Park, Brooklyn, has quickly evolved into a group devoted to self-awareness and social advocacy that promotes tolerance and acceptance of difference.
UFT members and staff joined the annual Pride March on June 24 to show their support for LGBTQ equality.
There’s a new mural outside 751M in the East Village that staff members say captures the diversity, individuality and love of the nearly 60 students who created it.
Students and staff from 751M, the Manhattan School for Career Development, and Harvey Milk HS celebrated the new mural they created at 751M in the East Village at a ceremony on May 7.