T.D. v. Wrigley:
We work to create a world where everyone can thrive no matter their gender, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation. Central to this work is dismantling the legal, political, and structural barriers to gender equity. Reset the page here.
Minnesotans have a constitutional right to education and equal protection under the law. Additionally, the Minnesota Human Rights Act prohibits discrimination in education. That means every student has a right to be treated fairly, and to learn in a safe and supportive environment, regardless of gender, gender expression or identity, or sexual orientation. Gender Justice is committed to ensuring that schools understand and take seriously their responsibility to treat the students in their care with respect, dignity and compassion.
Milestones of Progress
Our organization has celebrated some big wins over the years and we continue to grow in the ways we harness strategic impact litigation, legislative advocacy, and education to push the law forward when it comes to gender equality. Check out what we’ve accomplished, together.