Resources to Support Inclusivity, Social Justice, Social Consciousness, Humanity in Our Communities (Home, School, Organizations, Businesses)

Resources to Support Inclusivity

Resources for Families, Educators and Pediatric Healthcare Providers, Community Organizations, Employers, Businesses

January 22, 2021  

Report BIAS CRIME Online

The mission of the Bias Crime Unit, located within the New Jersey Division of Criminal Justice, the statewide coordination of efforts to eliminate crimes motivated by prejudice against others based on race, color, religion, sexual orientation, disability, ethnicity, gender identify or expression and national origin.

To REPORT a Bias Incident: English

A Bias incident or Hate Crime can be defined as any suspected or confirmed offense or unlawful act which occurs against a person or property (public or private) on the basis of New Jersey’s nine protected classes: race, color, religion, gender, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and national origin.

Para DENUNCIAR un incidente de odio: En Espanol

Una incidente motivado por prejuicio u odio como cualquier sospecha o confirmación de delito o acto ilícito que ocurra en contra de una persona o propiedad (pública o privada) con base en las nueve clases protegidas por Nueva Jersey: raza, color, religión, género, discapacidad, orientación sexual, identidad de género o expresión, y origen nacional.

TransParenthood Support Group for Parents & Family Members - Copy

Hey there! Thanks for your interest in TransParenthood, a support group for parents and family members of trans, nonbinary, and gender questioning youth.

All groups are FREE to attend and are on a drop-in basis (attend when you can).

 ??This group meets virtually via Zoom every SATURDAY 9am -10am.

HiTOPS: LGBTQ+ Groups TCONNECT - Copy

Do you know a young person who identifies as trans, nonbinary, genderfluid, or gender expansive between 14-18 years of age? If so, TConnect meets every Tuesday from 5–6pm starting 9/13. Registration is required!

Recursos Ăștiles para la comunidad LGBTQ+

Muchas personas LGBTQ+ han desarrollado sólidas comunidades en línea de "familia elegida" que continúan brindando apoyo y afirmación: recursos que puede encontrar servicial. Además, algunas organizaciones pueden ayudarlo a encontrar recursos locales.

Helpful resources for the LGBTQ+ community

Many LGBTQ+ people have developed robust online communities of “chosen family” who continue to provide support and affirmation — resources which you may find helpful. Additionally, some organizations may be able to help you find local resources.

PGLAG Support Guide: Our Children 2021

This guide focuses on providing support for parents, caregivers, families, and friends of people who are LGBTQ+, with an emphasis on sexual orientation and gender expression. For detailed information specific to gender identity and people who are transgender, please visit pflag.org/ourtranslovedones to download a free copy of Our Trans Loved Ones.