Spotlight: The Rauner agenda at WIU

http://ift.tt/2yTZc67 might seem unlikely that rural, remote Macomb could become a destination of choice for members of the LGBTQ community, but that’s what I began to dream after I joined WIU’s faculty in 2007.Together with other faculty and staff, we expanded the university’s nondiscrimination statement to include “gender identity and expression.” After years of lobbying the Goldfarb administration, we established the LGBTQA Resource Center.In 2014, I […]

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