Anchorage LGBT Discrimination Survey: Through March 31, 2011

Update 1 Apr 2011: The survey is now closed, so the survey form has been removed from this site. Thank you for your help!

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Meeting on Monday, February 29, the Alaska LGBT Community Survey Task Force decided to extend data collection for the Anchorage LGBT Discrimination Survey through March 31, 2011, in order to give more people the opportunity to respond. This survey is collecting information on experiences of bias and discrimination in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community in Anchorage, Alaska.

If you are a lesbian, gay, bisexual, or trans person who lives, works, or spends time in Anchorage — or if you have lived/worked/spent time in Anchorage in the past — please take 10 minutes to complete the Anchorage LGBT Discrimination Survey today.  We need your help whether or not you have personally experienced discrimination.

It takes about 10 minutes to complete the survey. All survey responses are completely confidential, and survey administration has been designed to ensure the privacy of all respondents.

To make sure that there is only one person per survey, and to ensure that only members of the LGBT community participate, a valid PIN number is required for your survey to be counted. But it’s simple. Just:

  1. Contact the Project Manager, Shelby Carpenter, at or at 907.263.2006 to get a PIN.
  2. Come to this site to complete the survey.
  3. Paper surveys are also available upon request.

Thank you for your help with this important study!

[Survey data collection completed; survey removed 1 Apr 2011]

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