2023 LGBTQ+ Issues Conference Focuses on the Fight for Justice in Public Schools

For members and advocates of equity and social justice in public education, Palm Springs provided the perfect backdrop for California Teachers Association’s (CTA’s) 2023 LGBTQ+ Issues Conference.

This year’s conference theme, “The State of the Movement: The Fight for LGBTQIA+ Justice in Schools” ensured a sobering and ultimately hopeful conference that emphasized the power and success of local training, organizing, and action against extremism.

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