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Safe Zone|Wyoming Union

Carly Demple, Safe Zone Coordinator
Campus Activities Center
Wyoming Union, 012
Dept. 3625 1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82070


Phone: (307) 766-6340
Fax: (307) 766-3762
Email: safezone@uwyo.edu 

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Wyoming Union
1000 E. University Ave.
Dept 3105
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-3160
Email: wyounion@uwyo.edu
Fall Semester
Mon-Thurs: 7:00 am - 12:00 am
Friday: 7:00 am - 2:00 am
Saturday: 7:00 am - 10:00 pm
Sunday: 12:00 pm - 12:00 am
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Safe Zone Training

Safe Zone is a training program on campus that provides an open and safe discussion of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities. This training allows for introspection and thought on various aspects of the LGBTQIA community via a discussion about tolerance and acceptance. Safe Zone aims to educate individuals on issues related to the LGBTQIA community and through this, trains participants to become LGBTQIA Allies. Safe Zone at the University of Wyoming offers a variety of training sessions that cover topics from inequalities in the everyday lives of LGBTQIA individuals to healthcare issues specific to members of the LGBTQIA communities.
 

Fall 2014 Safe Zone Trainings:

All trainings are scheduled to take place from 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Tuesday, September 9th: Safe Zone 101 - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, September 16th: Gender Identity 101 - Warm Valley Room (Union 202) Cancelled
Tuesday, September 23rd: Gender Identity 101 - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, September 30th: Advanced Ally Training - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, October 7th: Safe Zone 101 - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, October 14th: Gender Identity 101 - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, October 21st: Advanced Ally Training - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, October 28th: Special Topics; Issues in Healthcare - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, November 4th: Safe Zone 101 - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, November 11th: Gender Identity 101 - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, November 18th: Advanced Ally Training - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, December 2nd: Special Topics; TBA - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
Tuesday, December 9th: Special Topics; TBA - Warm Valley Room (Union 202)
More traininings to be announced in late  September.

We are happy to schedule individual and group trainings if any of the provided times do not work. We can also develop a specific training for your group, organization, classroom, faculty, or staff. Simply contact the Safe Zone Coordinator at safezone@uwyo.edu or call 307-766-3500 or 307-766-6340 and we will arrange a training!
 

Currently available trainings:

The Safe Zone 101 Training is a training session that discusses the stereotypes that surround the LGBTQIA community and the impacts these stereotypes have on the community and the terminology and language regarding the LGBTQIA community and the impacts of the language used. This session will also address some of the inequalities faced by the LGBTQIA community and how to create and promote a safe zone for LGBTQIA individuals.

The Safe Zone Gender Identity 101 training session explores some of the definitions regarding gender identity, gender expression, and sexuality, as well as various components of lived experiences from individuals who are gender minorities. In addition, this training will help participants to understand how gender minorities have influenced LGBTQIA culture and American history.

The Safe Zone Advanced Ally training is an interactive, activity-heavy training that will train participants to understand what it means to be an LGBTQIA ally and how to be an LGBTQIA ally. This training will also give participants a better understanding of heterosexual and cisgender privilege and how this relates to being an ally. Finally, this training will teach participants how to create a “safe zone” for members of the LGBTQIA community.

The LGBTQIA Issues in Healthcare training session explores some of the healthcare issues that are particularly prevalent in the queer community. This training also provides suggestions on how to make a healthcare office a safe space for queer individuals.
 

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