Man at JHU pride parade holding rainbow flag above his head

This June, we at the libraries encourage you to celebrate your identity, your community, and your people! In honor of Pride Month, here is a list of projects, resources, materials and events that serve the LGBTQ+ community here at the Johns Hopkins University.


  • Safe zone trainings are available for students, staff, and faculty of the Johns Hopkins community to help attendees become better allies for the LGBTQ+ community
  • LGBTQ Life has education resources on their website, including resources for people within the LGBTQ+ community to learn from and share

Community Support:

  • Student and Alumni groups host meetings and events to support the LGBTQ community
  • Identity-specific meetups are available to help people find and connect to their community
  • The Johns Hopkins OUTlist is a resource consisting of members of the Johns Hopkins community, including faculty, staff, alumni, undergraduate students/postgraduate students, and fellows who identify as LGBTQ+
  • Pride Alumni Affinity hosts events and gatherings for the JHU LGBTQ+ Alumni community
  • The Gender Affirming Closet provides students and affiliates with the opportunity to explore their gender expression in ways that may otherwise be inaccessible to them due to un-affirming environments and access to adequate funds

Campus Support:


  • LGBTQ Life and other JHU departments host events relating to LGBTQ+ students, history, and lived experiences
  • The Johns Hopkins Center for Diversity & Inclusion represents JHU at the Baltimore Pride Parade

Things to Do:


  • LGBTQ+ Links, a variety of links to national and international organizations that can help you learn more about LGBTQ+ issues


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