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All Families Welcome - a Safe Schools Coalition poster!
This gorgeous poster designed by J. Breakey (206-525-3100) shows the silhouette of two moms and a child on a rainbow background. It goes on to say, "Our school wants to be welcoming. If you do not feel welcome here, or know of any gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender harassment, please call [and you can tape your own local number here over ours]."
See a bigger picture of this here. ... All Grades. Size: 11 x 20 inches. Price: $4 including shipping and handling.  

Ally Sticker (Oval) - designed by subwife. Printed on 4mil vinyl using water and UV resistant inks.
Measures 3" x 5" oval. $5.00.
Ally buttons also available with same design.

Artists Against Homophobia - a series of free pdf formated posters
by prominent musicians on Stamping Out Homophobia in the music industry:
Sean Paul, Beverley Knight, Kanye West, and Nelly Furtado. From Schools Out! National, London UK.

Bigotry Hurts - a Safe Schools Coalition poster
for Washington State use, introducing the Coalition's intervention services.
(pdf format -- Just print them on your color printer for FREE right now!)   


CrimethInc. Gender Subversion Kit #69-B  
Part poster, part zine, and made to be deployed in an endless number of environments, the Gender Subversion Kit is a 23"x14" two-color poster on the outside and a line art illustrated gender-fuck coloring book road map for both kids and adults on the inside. Inspired by and adapted from the excellent boys will be girls will be boys . . . coloring book by JT and Irit
(who can be reached at colormegenderless@facehugger.com). Download Hi-Res PDFs: Front : Back and the 'zine on its reverse side, at the Website, and order 25 posters for less than $4 including tax and shipping!!! See the the girls are not chicks website for more publications and information.

Diversity = All Differences
Poster by S. Hursh / Snohomish County Human Services -- on the Safe Schools website with permission.
(pdf format)

Don't Hate! Educate! Decal designed by gayeyepress - printed on 4mil vinyl using water and UV resistant inks.
Measures 3" x 5". $5.00. Note cards and more also with this design available.

Equality Zone
Simple posters of a pink triangle with the words:
"Equality Zone: This is a place where human rights are respected and where lesbian, gay, bisexual and
transgender people of good will are welcome and supported."
From the Pride at Work, the GLBT constituency group at the AFL-CIO. Contact: KipuKai Kuali'i, Executive Director, 815 16th St #4020, N.W., Washington, DC 20006; Email: kkualii@aflcio.org; Phone: 202-637-5085 ... All Grades

Free Your Mind
Poster shows beautiful portraits of diverse youth, with the words  "Support Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Youth----Free Your Mind----We deserve a safe learning environment ----Everyone has the right to be in whatever love relationship they find most fulfilling----What 's really great is when your friends stick up for you. Website:   "¦ Middle School+

GL8 Bookmarks, Buttons and Magnets
"Gay and Lesbian Pride Month - Celebrating Diversity, Civil Liberties and Equality for All Americans. June"

GL8 Bookmarks, Buttons and Magnets
Gay and Lesbian Pride Month
Your Rights, Our Rights, Human Rights.

GLBT Pride People in the Castro Art Print
An original art design by Mark Thaler, 2009.
Many sizes and paper qualities at different prices.


Harvey Milk - Photograph of San Francisco (and the world's) first openly-gay elected official, Supervisor Harvey Milk (1930-1978), also known as "The Mayor of Castro Street," as he was a prominent gay rights activist. He was assassinated at age 48, at the same time George Moscone, the mayor of San Francisco was also assassinated, November 27th 1978. 11"x17" poster on white card stock.


I'm a kid - I live next door - I'm in your class - I go to your church - I might even be your kid - and I am TRANSGENDER.
The posters from TransActive is designed to increase awareness and diminish marginalization of these children and youth,

and is for use in schools, community centers, social service agencies, healthcare provider waiting rooms, youth centers, malls,

supermarkets -- anywhere!


Transgender identity occurs in as many as 1:250 children born, with many more being gender non-conforming to one extent or
another. Gender non-conformity is the second leading cause of school bullying and harassment, and it affects all students
regardless of their real or perceived sexual orientation. Help support these children, youth and their families!
This poster sends
a positive message of outreach to youth, parents, caregivers, teachers, healthcare providers, social workers, counselors and
others that gender non-conforming and transgender children & youth deserve not only our support, but our respect for who they
are, regardless of their gender identity or gender expression. Available sizes: 23x35: $19.99; 16x20: $15.99; 11x17: $6.99.   

Is Our School Safe ... For Everyone?  
Poster emphasizes using non-judgmental comments and speaking up to combat prejudice. Available from Michigan's Midwest AIDS Prevention Project (MAPP) for $2.00 each plus shipping and handling. Call the MAPP Store at 248-545-1435 x117.



Its not a fad.
We've got a different spin on sexuality

This poster from the Coalition for Positive Sexuality (CPS)
features a group of girls playing spin the bottle.
Probably too radical for most school settings, but
community programs for GLBT youth will find it
refreshingly in-your-face. 
  Guess what?
Some girls like other girls!

This poster from the Coalition for Positive Sexuality (CPS)
features a photo of four girls.
Posters are 18 by 24 inches. The Coalition for Positive Sexuality (CPS) Just Say Yes booklets and posters are free to teens.
They ask organizations and adults to make a donation to cover the cost of printing and mailing CPS materials.
asks for a donation
to cover the cost of printing and mailing CPS materials: $5.00 each poster plus $3 shipping for up to 10 items. For orders of
more than 10 booklets, add $.25 each.  Phone: 773-604-1654.

Hate Free Zone poster by Amy Bartell • 2010 • 8" x 10" • 80 pound matte finish photo stock. $7.00.

LGBT Jewish Heroes Poster Series by The Hineini: Here I Am Project
The posters in this project celebrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transhender Jews who have transformed the world through thier words and lives. Harvey Milk, Kate Bornstein, and Lesléa Newman are the first three subjects in this poster series of Jewish LGBT changemakers. "Each has shown the courage, vision, and conviction to overcome homophobia and transphobia and make a lasting impact on the world." The 18x24 posters are $10 for one, $25 for three, and contact for bulk pricing and this page also includes timelines, bibliographies, and a fourm where you can answer the question, "Who is YOUR LGBT Jewish hero?"

Lesbians and Gay Men are... Postcard: $1.25.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender and questioning youth in foster care,
juvenile justice systems and homeless shelters have rights.
(pdf format) 
The poster list those rights and offers a toll-free help-line for young people in need from Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund
Phone: 1-866-LGBTeen (1-866-542-8336); Email:  lambdalegal@lambdalegal.org. With Child Welfare League of America.

Liberation Ink Poster Series from GSA Network
Liberation Ink posters are designed to bring visibility to your school, to amplify student voices for justice, peace, and youth empowerment, and to combat hatred, harassment, and discrimination. Liberation Ink is a series of political posters created by and for youth. GSA Network and LYRIC worked with Mission Gráfica at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts in San Francisco to create Liberation Ink.

GSAs registered with GSA Network in California may order up to 30 posters (any combination of any type) for free, each school year. Additional posters can be ordered for a suggested donation of $1 per poster. Shipping is free for registered GSAs. We can only ship free posters to your school address, so make sure your GSA Advisor knows a package of posters will be sent to them. Pricing: Free for the first 30 posters each year for GSAs in California, plus free shipping. Then $1 each for more than 30 posters for GSAs in California, plus $6 shipping. For any other groups: $5 each for posters plus $6 shipping. Call 415-552-4229 for large quantity discounts & shipping information. 

National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) GLB Issues Workgroup Poster Series  This Safe Schools/Respect Our Differences classroom poster series is available in English and Spanish. Any educator may download these 8X10 color posters (pdf format) free of charge for display in classrooms and/or schools. These posters will serve as a visible reminder of educators' commitment to a fair and welcoming learning environment for all students and families.

No Bully Zone - "Join the Group That Demands Respect For Everyone"  Great poster created by raisingrayna08
for displaying in schools, work or play areas to demand respect for all in a no bully zone.
Many sizes and paper qualities at different prices.


"Our Families, Our Children" 2013 Calendar!  The Lesbian Gay Childcare Task Force calendar includes photos of diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender families appropriate for children of all ages. You’ll want to laminate and post these photos in your program (or home!) to welcome and support all kinds of families for years to come. For this tenth anniversary calendar, the Task Force revisited families from the “early years” and invited twelve (plus two more!) families to come back for another picture shoot. Each family picture has a small inset picture from the first time the family was in the calendar. Many families have grown; others have changed their make-up; and the tragic loss of one dad illustrates that our families and our children experience life, death and change just like other families.

Suggested donation: $15 each (includes shipping and handling). Download, print and mail an order form (pdf format). 
People interested in purchasing can also contact Bill Sanders directly at 206 226-3352, or bill.sanders@seattle.gov.
Proceeds from the calendar help The Lesbian Gay Childcare Task Force to produce the calendar for another year, onward to the twentieth year and beyond. For more information on Our Families Our Children, the on-going work of the Lesbian and Gay Child Care Task Force or to get involved, call (425) 644-2468 or mcdispenza@comcast.net

Show your with this beautiful PRIDE poster by seidabacon.
Many sizes and paper qualities at different prices.

Print & Fold Greeting Cards from Safe Schools Coalition will be updated soon!

Promote Tolerance  
A series of products that say "Promote Tolerance" surrounded by logos representing gay and lesbian rights, religious freedom,
gender equality, cultural diversity and disease and disability.   Lapel Pin $6., Poster $5. plus 10% s&h. PFLAG Sarasota,
P.O. Box 7382, Sarasota, FL 34278-7382; Phone: 941-378-3536.


Real Families Rock posters by Out For Our Children (UK) depict the complexity and infinite diversity of ordinary families.
The posters are targeted at Early Years Centres and Primary Schools.
Download printable A4 and A3 size pdf files from the linked page.
Post cards are available from info@outforourchildren.org.uk.

Respect the Differences: Degrading Racial, Ethnic, Sexist or Homophobic Remarks Not Welcome Here
Simple poster that sets limits in your classroom or office. Washington Education Association. Phone: 253-765-7056 ... Intermediate Grades+

Respect Yourself - a rainbow of respects one on top of the other ends with the word "yourself"
to convey a colorful and powerful message that respects begins inside yourself. "Respect yourself."
Many sizes and paper qualities at different prices.


Rights. Respect. Responsibility.
These posters from Advocates for Youth promote comprehensive sexuality education. Available in English: Sex: It's Not So Hard to Talk About, and Respect My Right to Be Responsible; and in Spanish: Respete Mi Derecho a Ser Responsable  

Safe Space sticker with a rainbow triangle - a template from GLSEN to print using Avery 5163 labels (pdf file)
Part of GLSEN's Safe Space Kit.

So All Students Can Take a Stand.  
Bias, Anti-Semitism, Sexism, Ableism,  
Religious Bias, Racism, Classism,  
Heterosexism, Ageism. From the NEA.
(pdf format)

Safe Zone - from Safe Schools Coalition. (pdf format)
Poster text:
SAFE ZONE - This space RESPECTS all aspects of people including race, ethnicity, gender expression, sexual orientation, socio-economic background, age, religion, and ability. This SAFE ZONE poster was adapted from a Boulder County Health Department poster and is brought to you by
your friends at the Safe Schools Coalition. To print more posters, please visit www.safeschoolscoalition.org  

Seattle Hate Crime Poster (pdf format )

See What Matters - four posters designed and developed by Ross Sheppard for The Alberta Teachers' Association (ATA) Inclusive Learning Communities Grant Program. (pdf format)

Some people are Gay. Get over it.
Posters, postcards and stickers
from Stonewall Equality Limited, a company in England and Wales.

Stand Out Against Homophobia in Schools Posters from Safe Schools Coalition Victoria [Australia]:
Poster # 1
Some boys like boys, and some
girls like girls. Some like both.
K Thanks

To order hard copies of this poster
please email r.ward@latrobe.edu.au

Download a high resolution pdf format
version of this poster here.
  Poster # 2
This is a discrimination free zone.
No homophobia will be tolerated.

k thanks.

To order hard copies of this poster
please email r.ward@latrobe.edu.au

Download a high resolution pdf format version
of this poster from minus18.org.au: here.

The Stonewall Center - three posters and a sticker
  • What You Need to Know to Be an Ally to Transgender People - 11 X 17

  • What You Need to Know to Be an Ally to Bisexual People - 11 X 17

  • The Woman/Man Questionnaire: A Reversal of the Biased Questions that Transgender People Are Often Asked - 11 X 17

  • Gender Poster: Gender is... "femme, butch, androgynous; a social role/expectation; a range of expression; how you relate to yourself; a personal identity." Gender is not... "male or female; a person 's sex; dependant on genitals; determined by chromosomes; sexual orientation. Challenge Your Assumptions." - 11 X 17

  • Safe Zone Sticker

University of Massachusetts; Crampton House, 256 Sunset Avenue; Amherst, MA 01003-9324; Phone: (413) 545-4824; Fax: (413) 545-6667; Email: stonewall@stuaf.umass.edu; See prices and shipping charges on the website.

Stop bullying in our school - a Safe Schools Coalition poster! (pdf file)

"Stop bullying in our school" features a green animated bully and a smaller blue figure obviously distressed, along with the plea "Help me! I'm being harassed." Smaller text   says, "You deserve safety and respect at school. You're fine just the way you are. Our school wants to be welcoming. If you do not feel welcome here or if you know of any gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender harassment, please call or visit www.SafeSchoolsCoalition.org. 1-877-SAFE-SAFE."

Size: 18 x 24 inchesDesign by Partners in Design. Price for printed hard copy poster is $4 including shipping and handling. See this page for our order form.

NOTE: Our website url and phone number are listed on the poster. The website is a useful resource no matter where you live; the phone number  is one way to  reach a Safe Schools Coalition Intervention Specialist for help in Washington State with anti-LGBTQ bullying and violence.

Surviving on Your Own: Information for Youth on How Schools Can Help 
Specifically for homeless youth and their families, these great posters from The National Center for Homeless Education (NCHE) are in English and Spanish. They let youth and their families know their rights in the education system: what they are entitled to, by federal law, in terms of education, regardless of their housing status. Download the pdf versions and order hard copies (free product limit: 25 per agency per school year). Also in booklet form.


Holding Hands
mixed medium collaborative piece by the San Francisco COLAGE Middle School Group



That's So Gay: Portraits of Youth with LGBT Parents photo-text-art exhibit - from COLAGE, Children of Lesbians and Gays Everywhere. This is the first exhibit created by youth with lesbian, gay, bisexual, and/or transgender parents to promote visibility and raise awareness about their experiences and families. This photo-text exhibit features a diverse group of youth with LGBT parents from all around the country. COLAGE has made the exhibit available on CD so that it can be easily printed and displayed in community centers, libraries, and schools everywhere. On each CD is a file of printable images to make the exhibit and a complete Resource Guide to walk you through using the exhibit to have a powerful impact in your community. With all the talk about our families circulating in school and in the media and from the courthouse to the statehouse now is the perfect time and That's So Gay is the perfect tool to elevate and bring our voices to the forefront of our collective fight for justice and equality. For more information about these posters and how to share themh respectallfamilies@colage.org, (415) 861-5437.

This Is a Safe Place to Talk About ...       
Simple poster states in bold "This is a Safe Place to Talk About..." and is followed by a comprehensive list of safe topics to discuss, ranging from eating disorders, and abuse, to  homosexuality and dating. Wildflower Resource Network, 4722 Crestview Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46205; Prices depend on number ordered. Intermediate Grades+


This Is Public Health - Safe Schools (pdf format)

The "This Is Public Health" campaign is a way for Public Health students to demonstrate all the ways in which Public Health improves our lives. This poster for Safe Schools on an 8 ½ x 11inch page is a part of that campaign.
Find out more about the "This Is Public Health"
campaign here.

Tu No Estas Solo. (pdf format)  Safe Schools Coalition poster in Spanish. It states: 
"Yo no estoy sola  "Tu no estas solo, Recursos para jovenes gay,lesbianas, bisexuales, transgenero, padres/guardianes, maestros, aliados heterosexuales y... para todas esas personas que quieren y cuidan a sus amigos.   www.safeschoolscoalition.org"

Too many lives lost.  End the silence.  End the hate.  Bill Clayton   1978-1995   Not forgotten.    
Poster includes gentle photo and Bill's own art which includes the words "This is not my choice. This is not forced upon me. This just is." on a pink triangle.  More text: "Bill was 17. He was bisexual. He committed suicide one month after he was assaulted in a hate crime based on his sexual orientation."  Order from CafePress.

Unfortunately, History Has Set the Record a Little Too Straight. 
Photographs of ten famous women and men in the arts who were gay or lesbian from throughout history.
James Baldwin (writer), Willa Cather (writer), Errol Flynn (actor), Michelangelo (artist), Edna St. Vincent Millay (poet),
Cole Porter (composer), Eleanor Roosevelt (social activist), Bessie Smith (singer),
Walt Whitman (poet), Virginia Woolf (writer).
Design by Laurie Casa Grande. (Gay and Lesbian Community Action Council ©1988) 26"x22".
Also available as a postcard. (see Social Justice Postcards) Also available as a postcard.
  ... Intermediate Grades+

"When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision,
then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid."
 Audre Lorde (1934-1992).  
Stunning, colorized photograph of poet Audre Lorde. In her own words, she was a "Black, lesbian, mother, warrior poet"
as well as an acivist, teacher, cancer survivor, author of 17 books of prose and poetry.
Syracuse Cultural Workers, 1994. 23"x23".



Would you stop loving your child if you found out they were gay or lesbian? On June 16 2006 the Ali Forney Center (AFC), the nation's largest LGBT youth homeless services center which is in New York City, launched a print and outdoor advertising campaign to ask a simple question: "Would you stop loving your child if you found out they were gay or lesbian?" English and Spanish versions of the posters are available to download in pdf format. 

"This ad campaign speaks to a universal human experience, the love between a parent and a child," said Carl Siciliano, Executive Director of the Ali Forney Center, "Our goal is to address the rising rate of LGBT youth homelessness, particularly in communities of color," he continued.

Yeah I'm Different - a Safe Schools Coalition poster! (7462 kb - very large pdf file)

Features a diverse collection of adorable one-of-a-kind stuffed animals and the message, "You deserve safety and respect at school. You're fine just the way you are. Our school wants to be welcoming. If you do not feel welcome here or if you know of  any gay, lesbian,   bisexual or transgender harassment, please call 1-877-SAFE-SAFE. www.SafeSchoolsCoalition.org" That  number  is one way to  reach a  Safe Schools Coalition Intervention Specialist for help with anti-LGBTQ bullying and violence in Washington State. Stuffed animals have voice bubbles saying "It doesn't matter ... how masculine or feminine you are ...   whether you're gay, lesbian, bi, straight or not sure ... whether you're trans or queer or not ...   who your family is ... It doesn't matter what color, religion (if any) you are ... where you come from, abilities or disabilities. You're fine."  

NOTE: Our website url and phone number are listed on the poster. The website is a useful resource no matter where you live; the phone number is one way to reach a Safe Schools Coalition Intervention Specialist for help in Washington State with anti-LGBTQ bullying and violence.

Price: $4 including shipping and handling.
Size: 18 x 24 inches.
See this page for order form.

Design by Partners in Design; Malcolm Smith Photography: info@malcolmsmithphoto.com
Perfect Children soft-sculptures: amaracus@yahoo.com.
Note: these "special children" stuffed animals are available to buy here.

You Are Not Alone.
Poster for national use, introducing the Safe Schools Coalition
(pdf format)

Zona Segura (Safe Zone) A Safe Schools Coalition poster. (pdf format)
Poster text:
En este lugar se RESPETA a la persona en todo aspecto incluyendo su raza, origen étnico, manifestación y orientación sexual, medio socio económico, edad, religión, y habilidad individual. Este cartel/póster de la Zona Segura fue adaptado de un cartel del Departamento de Salud del Condado de Boulder y le es traído por la coalición de las escuelas da la caja fuerte. Para imprimir mãs copias de este cartel, visite por favor a www.safeschoolscoalition.org

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