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From the LGBT Ad-Hoc Committee: Open Invitation to Allies

@inproceedings{Martinez2014FromTL,
  title={From the LGBT Ad-Hoc Committee: Open Invitation to Allies},
  author={Larry R Martinez and Thomas Sasso and Nicholas P. Salter},
  year={2014}
}
April 2014 Volume 51 Issue 4 At the 2013 SIOP conference in Houston, it was brought to our attention that some SIOP members felt that the the LGBT Committee was only for LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) individuals, in large part because of the name of the committee. After some debate, we decided that the name of the committee should remain the same for branding/ recognition purposes but that we needed to do a better job of clarifying exactly who we are and what we do to the… Expand

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