Safe Schools is thrilled and truly honored to announce that our devoted team has been invited to participate in an insightful interview for an impending documentary. This film, produced by 69 Districts Films, delves into the current landscape of queer identity in the state of Florida. We are grateful for the opportunity to amplify our voices and present our perspectives on this significant platform.
Our discussion aims to shed light on the impact of the controversial “Don’t Say Gay” bill, which has stirred considerable debate. We will be addressing the bill’s tangible effects on the educational environment within our schools and the broader implications it has on our student population, teachers, and parents. It’s essential to open dialogues about the hardships faced by these individuals as a consequence of this legislation, as well as the potential harm caused to the supportive network within our learning communities.
We want to extend a huge shout-out and a heartfelt thank you to 69 Districts Films. Your invitation for us to contribute to this incredibly important project has not only given us a chance to raise awareness but also potentially foster understanding, inclusivity, and acceptance. We eagerly anticipate the shared journey ahead and the chance to bring these crucial conversations to the forefront.
Safe Schools South Florida is funded for capacity-building by The Children’s Trust. The Children’s Trust is a dedicated source of revenue established by voter referendum to improve the lives of children and families in Miami-Dade County.