Take the Anchorage LGBT Discrimination Survey!

This survey will collect information on experiences of bias and discrimination in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in Anchorage, Alaska. The Anchorage LGBT Discrimination Survey is the product of a coalition effort by organizations that serve the community, including Identity, Inc., Alaskan AIDS Assistance Association, Alaskans Together for Equality, Equality Works and the ACLU of Alaska. It is the first survey of its kind in over 20 years, and the first to collect information about transgender Alaskans.

Your answers are completely confidential, and survey administration has been designed to ensure the privacy of all respondents. While the survey website may contain cookies, your survey responses cannot be tied to your IP address.

All members of the LGBT community are encouraged to participate. Respondents will need an individual PIN number to access the survey. To obtain a PIN, or a print version of the survey, contact Shelby Carpenter of the ACLU of Alaska at (907) 263-2006 or at scarpenter@akclu.org.

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About Shelby Carpenter

Shelby Carpenter is the LGBT Public Policy Director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Alaska, and is Project Manager of the Alaska LGBT Community Survey Task Force.
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One Response to Take the Anchorage LGBT Discrimination Survey!

  1. Brian Thompson says:

    Thank you for the opportunity to finally begin to establish treatment of gay/bi/transgendered/transsexual persons here in Anchorage.

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