Work Phone: Fax Fax: lgbtqrc unm. In order to uphold our mission, the UNM LGBTQ Resource Center offers assistance to all transgender and gender non-conforming students, faculty, and staff who might encounter different issues within the university system. We are working on a map of the universal restrooms located on campus, and host a transgender and gender non-conforming peer support groups. Contact us at LGBT or lgbtqrc unm. These University policies apply to recruitment, admission, extracurricular activities, housing, facilities, access to course offerings, counseling and testing, financial assistance, employment, health and insurance services, and athletic programs for students. These policies also apply to the recruitment, hiring, training and promotion of University employees faculty, staff, and students and to all other terms and conditions of employment.
September 23-24, 2020 Meeting (Virtual)
The Gay Agenda Blueprint: A Plan to Transform America | United Church of God
Hip with a mid-century, quirky chic Albuquerque moves to a unique rhythm with its own distinct personality. Films such as the Grapes of Wrath and Easy Rider were filmed here. You can even look for a production filming and sign-on as an extra to find your inner star in Tamelewood! Downtown Albuquerque offers different cultural festivals, all manner of restaurants, and specialty shops. Nightlife is abundant, and while most are not overtly gay, gay people are welcomed to a booming live music scene or to sip cocktails on a balcony. East of Downtown is Nob Hill, an eclectic, bohemian area. Some now function as quirky boutique shops.
20 Most Dangerous Places For Gay Travelers (And The 5 Safest)
The couple also updated the list with the best and worst places for gay travelers in , which can be viewed here. A new report details the most dangerous—and safest—places for gay travelers. According to the report, a few factors—such as adoption recognition and worker protections—may not affect travelers directly but are a good indication of overall attitudes within the culture.
Following a major court decision requiring more adequate and equitable school funding in New Mexico, state leaders and stakeholders have begun to reimagine the system of education. It focuses on five fundamental elements of a high-quality education system: meaningful learning, knowledgeable and skillful educators, integrated student supports, and high-quality early learning opportunities, and adequate and equitably distributed school funding. Noting that "this is not short-term work" that can be done within conventional political cycles or by any single entity, the authors developed the report as a road map to help all New Mexico stakeholders focus on long-term improvement as the state recovers from COVID setbacks.