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Trans/forming Allyship – Register Now!

From Awareness to Action for Trans Inclusion October 26, Madison WI  – 9:00-3:40 Professional development training for service providers and community leaders Want to learn more about how to support transgender community members? Trans/forming Allyship is a unique opportunity to dive deep, zoom wide, and practice concrete ways to make a difference right now – […]


Trans/forming Allyship

From Awareness to Action for Trans Inclusion April 27, 2018 – Madison, WI  – 9:00-3:40 Professional development training for service providers and community leaders In spite of increasing acceptance of transgender identities, trans community members still face intense stigma, violence and barriers to participation. Many service providers and community leaders have good intentions about trans […]


2017 Recap

Whew, what a year! In so many ways. Here are a few of the projects that kept Think Again folks busy in 2017: Trained faculty in almost a dozen schools, grades PreK-12, on topics like implicit bias addressing racism in the classroom trans inclusion in co-ed schools trans inclusion in girls schools “Spinning Straw into […]


Get your new Trans Allyship Workbook!

Order now! Sliding scale, $6-$18   Almost 4 years ago we released Trans* Ally Workbook, which many of you have enjoyed. But things have changed, and you asked for more. So, here it is – revised, updated and expanded for 2017, the new Trans Allyship Workbook: Building Skills to Support Trans People in Our Lives. Over 100 […]


What Can Cross-Class Dialogue Circles for Your Community?

Learn more about participating in upcoming Cross-Class Dialogue Circles in VT Donate here to the upcoming Cross-Class Dialogue Circle in Brattleboro, VT Contact Davey to talk about setting up a Cross-Class Dialogue Circle in your community Cross-Class Dialogue Circles bring together a small group of people from a variety of class backgrounds to learn together […]


Think Again in the News about Girls’ Schools and Women’s Colleges

  Check out Natalie Swartz’s article in the Harvard Political Review, Coming Out While Staying In: How Transgender Students Are Pushing Girls’ Schools to Examine Gender Policies. Natalie interviewed Think Again’s Davey Shlasko: Shlasko believes schools must work to address their communities’ concerns about students’ biological sex, which may prompt questions like, “What does this mean? […]


Spring 2017 Cross-Class Dialogue Circle

May 7 & 21 and June 4 at The Root (28 Williams St., Brattleboro) Learn more about the circles Sign up Donate The time has never been better to talk about class. Cross-class dialogue circles are a powerful way for people across the class spectrum to come together to talk about their experiences with class, listen to each […]


Winter Cross-Class Dialogue Circle

  Feb 4 & 18 and March 11 – 9am-3pm at The Root Learn more about the circles Sign up Donate The time has never been better to talk about class. Cross-class dialogue circles are a powerful way for people across the class spectrum to come together to talk about their experiences with class, listen to each […]


Starting the School Year Off Right

Think Again has been busy busy busy helping schools and colleges start the year off right with social justice and trans inclusion trainings for students, staff and faculty at Mt Holyoke, LREI – Little Red School House and Elizabeth Irwin Academy, Hampshire College, Germantown Academy, UMass Amherst Intergroup Dialogue program, Babson College, and more.     To […]


Spring Updates

  Sign up now for Queer Theory, Queer Practice: Queering Social Work. Saturday, June 18 at Smith School for Social Work, Northampton MA.Licensed social workers can earn 6 CE credits. Register here.   What’s new?  So much! Here’s a snapshot of Think Again’s work since January: Keynoted a student staff orientation at Iowa State University, with a talk […]