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Pride Month

woman holding pride flagPride Month is held annually in June to commemorate what have become known as the Stonewall Riots, which sparked the modern gay rights movement in June 1969. Members of the LGBTQ community gathered to protest a police raid at New York City’s Stonewall Inn.

Throughout the month, PRSA will offer a wide range of professional development and educational resources, all designed to recognize and celebrate the LGBTQ+ population within and beyond the communications profession, as well as promote the values of diversity, equity, inclusion, acceptance and advocacy. These resources, as you’ll see below, include webinars and other presentations, toolkits and editorial content. Additional offerings will also be announced and available throughout the month.  

 

 

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Diversity Toolkit

The D&I Toolkit provides members with diversity-related research, materials, applicable tools and professional development opportunities.

Its creation rests on two objectives:

  • To educate members by providing them with the resources they need to help them manage the diversity and inclusion initiatives of their own Chapters, Districts and Sections
  • To influence the composition of their professional development and membership so that the diversity of its membership reflects and embraces the diversity of the profession

Diversity and Inclusion Toolkit - 2021 

Toolkit de Diversidad e Inclusión - 2020   

Webinars & Video Presentations

Diverse Dialogues: Understanding Gender Identity and Intersectionality to Improve Communications
Marie-Adélina de la Ferrière, Diego Sanchez, APR, K Terry Smith 
June 22, 2022

Humanizing Communications: How To Create Thoughtful and Inclusive Narratives
Natalia Flores, APR, Matthew French, Loán Lake, Nathalie Santa Maria, APR
May 13, 2021

Getting It Right: Diversity and Inclusion in LGBTQ and Latinx Communications
Jaron Terry APR, Fellow PRSA, Monica Trasandes
Nov. 12, 2020

LGBTQ Workplace Discrimination: The Road to the Supreme Court
Aug. 28, 2020
Gerald Bostock, Tom Mew, Megan Paquin, APR