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CROW is pleased announce the arrival of SafeZone training offered at the University of Memphis!  The SafeZone Program exists to support gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, intersexed, and questioning students (GLBTIQ), to improve the overall campus environment for GLBTIQ members of the University, and to educate students, faculty, and staff on issues related to GLBTIQ students.  As faculty and staff become SafeZone certified volunteers, they will provide SafeZones that will serve as a source of support and information free of judgment and hostility. 

For more information on the SafeZone, and how you can get involved visit

CROW SafeZone

CROW staff member Nikki Edney is a trained SafeZone Ally 

She is located in

337 Clement Hall

Nikki Edney: or 678-2153

For more information on the Safe Zone in general, please contact Dr. Rich Scott at or 678-2229.          

NEXT Certification Sessions: 

Please call 901-678-2068 for more information.

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Last Updated: 2/24/14