LGBTQ Pride Month: Blog Round-up [181 words]

June is LGBTQ Pride month in the United States, when we honor the bravery of the Stonewall patrons who started the modern LGBTQ rights movement. Led by African-American trans activist Marsha P. Johnson, these heroes took a stand against public humiliation and police brutality.

Fifty years later, LGBTQ people still struggle to be seen and heard, especially at work. Whether you are a member of the LGBTQ community or an ally, a manager or an employee, you have a role to play in this evolution.

Here are some articles to help you on your journey, wherever it leads:

Lead at Any Level® offers a unique corporate training program for emerging and aspiring LGBTQ leaders!

How do you celebrate Pride Month? Let me know in the comments!

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Amy C. Waninger is the Founder & CEO of Lead at Any Level, where she improves employee engagement and retention for companies that promote from within. Amy offers assessments, advisory services, and training on essential skills for inclusive leaders. She is the author of eight books. Learn more at

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5 responses to “LGBTQ Pride Month: Blog Round-up [181 words]”
  1. […] was that we all have closets. That statement is in no way intended to detract from the very real experiences of people in the LGBTQ+ community. Rather, while acknowledging that “closets” are most closely associated with LGBTQ+ […]

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