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Safe Zone Training

Location: CC 301

Safe zone training is a program that helps you gain knowledge and awareness towards the LGBTQI community. It also helps people to understand how to make the campus and community a more inclusive environment. Get certified for Safe-Zone Ally Training by signing up today. Learn to be a resource when someone "comes out". After training, you will receive a door deck and a certificate recognizing completion of the training.

For more information, contact: marrufod@hawaii.edu (808) 932-7380

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