LGBT Allies Program: In the News

This is a list of magazines and news sources to keep up-to-date on the LGBT community news (with a liberal dash of pop-culture, too).

The Advocate
LGBTQ Nation
The Philadelphia Gay News
The Washington Blade

The fine print: Some news sources change frequently, go out of business, etc. If you find a dead link, please inform OEI. Similarly, if there are emerging sources we should add to this list, let us know. Please note that neither OEI nor UD monitor these sources. We hope to reflect the LGBT community fairly, but if you find a source with unprofessional content, please let us know so we can consider removing it from the list of options.

For the readers in the group…

The “LGBTQ Resources” document, complied by Colleen Dougherty, has a listing of many books of interest. It represents a cross section of options both fiction and non-fiction. Refer to that document for a good reading list.


Sexual Harassment Brochure

Click here for the sexual harassment brochure for definitions and resources

2013-2014 Workshops

Our mission is to create equal opportunities for an equitable and inclusive work and learning environment. Applying this knowledge and promoting this awareness will help us build a stronger and better UD. Join us for one or more of our sessions by registering at


As prepared by the Diversity and Equity Commission and The President's Diversity Initiative

The University of Delaware's educational mission is to prepare students to live in an increasingly interconnected and diverse world. To do so, we are committed to fostering a robust educational environment that supports critical thinking, free inquiry, and an understanding of diverse views and values. We see diversity as a core value and guiding principle for our educational mission and thus must work to make diversity an integral part of everyday life on campus. To this end, we take diversity to mean both the recognition and appreciation of the different backgrounds, values, and ideas of those who comprise our campus, as well as a commitment to ensuring that all people on our campus are treated according to principles of fairness, civility, dignity, and equity. We are committed to building an educational community that understands people from different backgrounds and economic circumstances, with different needs, and from diverse personal and philosophical beliefs. We want to make all people who are part of the University feel welcome and valued in campus life.