Showing posts with label guide. Show all posts
Showing posts with label guide. Show all posts

09 January 2019

New Hampshire - Gender identity in the workplace: a guide

Megan Coneeny
NH Business Review\


Manchester, NH

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22 December 2016

12 August 2015

First-ever guide for educators and parents about transgender kids in K-12

Timothy Rawles
SDGLN

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ezs note:  If you are a teacher, parent, or friend,  this handbook may be invaluable for you.  The pages are well-documented and family/peer-friendly.  You can get it at http://www.nclrights.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Schools-in-Transition-2015.pdf .

16 April 2015

Gillian Anderson is co-writing a self-help guide for women

Kayla Kumari Upadhyaya

A.V. Club

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12 December 2011

2012 buyers guide (issuu.com)

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ezs note:  This is a powerful guide.  Why? You can spend your hard-earned money on good people who are rated 85-100, and avoid the pitiful zeroes.  (Hello? Chick-fil-a?)