Each year on March 31st, International Transgender Day of Visibility honors and celebrates the joy and resilience of trans and nonbinary people. At Yale, we recognize, honor, and affirm our trans and nonbinary students, faculty, staff, and alumni and their important contributions to the university.
Trans people are increasingly vulnerable and the target of aggressive acts as the result of misinformation and discrimination. During Trans Week of Visibility, the university reaffirms its commitment to addressing LGBTQ bias and to supporting trans members of our community so that they know they are safe and belong.
University non-discrimination and Title IX polices are in place to protect our trans and other LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff. Support is available if you have experienced discrimination or harassment or want to help a colleague or student.
The university community is invited to learn more about LGBTQ issues through the Office of LGBTQ Resources and to join upcoming events.
Trans Day of Visibility Marquand Chapel Service (3/31 @ 11:30AM)