NBJC's HBCU LGBT-Equality Initiative

 
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The National Black Justice Coalition (NBJC) is a civil rights organization dedicated to empowering Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. NBJC’s mission is to eradicate racism and homophobia. In 2011, NBJC launched its HBCU LGBT-Equality Initiative designed to seek policy change within the US Department of Education’s White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The purpose of this initiative is to promote the development and delivery of culturally competent administrative, faculty, staff and student support services for LGBT people on HBCU campuses. The National Black Justice Coalition is gathering testimonials from Black LGBT students and alumni who have experienced harassment, discrimination or violence while attending an HBCU. Please complete the intake form below. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact NBJC at (202) 319-1552 or by email at hbcu@nbjc.org. We thank you for sharing your story.

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Please indicate the basis of your incident or issue of discrimination.

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* 7. Please indicate the basis of your incident or issue of discrimination.

When did this incident occur?

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* 8. When did this incident occur?

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If so, what was the response or outcome?

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* 10. If so, what was the response or outcome?

To whom did you report the incident?

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* 11. To whom did you report the incident?

If so, what was the resolution?

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* 13. If so, what was the resolution?

What is the status of the situation now?

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* 14. What is the status of the situation now?

What did the institution do as a result of your complaint?

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* 15. What did the institution do as a result of your complaint?

What remedy are you seeking or did you seek at the time of the incident?

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* 16. What remedy are you seeking or did you seek at the time of the incident?

How has this experience affected you personally?

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* 17. How has this experience affected you personally?

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