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Basic Rights Oregon is a resource for community members, employers, coalition partners and others to create a state where all LGBTQ Oregonians experience equality. As new tools come online, they will be shared on this page.

Trainings & Speakers

Trainings & Speakers

Trainings & Speakers

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Racial Justice Resources

Since 2007, Basic Rights Oregon has had a dedicated Racial Justice Program. We pride ourselves as being leaders among state-based LGBTQ rights organizations in fighting for racial equity and against racism in our communities. From coalition work to leadership development, and from the legislature to the ballot box, we make these values known. Learn more about our Racial Justice work here.

2010 Standing Together Toolkit

2010 Standing Together Toolkit

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2015 Coming Out For Racial Justice

2015 Coming Out For Racial Justice

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Facing Race Oregon

2015 Racial Equity Legislative Report

Transgender Justice Resources

Tips for Media Reporting on Transgender Issues

Tips for Media Reporting on Transgender Issues

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OHP: Coverage for Gender Dysphoria

OHP: Coverage for Gender Dysphoria

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OHP: FAQ for Community Partners

OHP: FAQ for Community Partners

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OHP: FAQ for Individuals

OHP: FAQ for Individuals

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Supporting Trans Students in Oregon's Schools

Supporting Trans Students in Oregon's Schools

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Dept. of Ed. Guidelines for Transgender-Affirming Schools

Transgender Student Guidance

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Gendered Dress Codes in Schools

Gendered Dress Codes in Schools

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ODE's Comprehensive Sex Education Guidelines

ODE's Comprehensive Sex Education Guidelines

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Dept. of Consumer and Business Services 2016 Insurance Bulletin

On nondiscrimination of transgender people in insurance transactions

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Fact Sheet

Consumers Guide to Health Insurance Appeals

2015 US Trans Survey

Largest survey to date of Transgender Americans

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NCTE's ID Document Center

Info on Document Updates in Every State

Visit NCTE’s Doc Center

Statewide Resources

Minimum Wage Increase Facts