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In May 2021, the LSA Executive Committee approved the LSA Statement Against Linguistic Misgendering written by the Committee for LGBTQ+ Issues in Linguistics (COZIL).
The February webinar was held on Friday, February 18th, between 12 p.m. and 2:00 p.m., U.S. Eastern Standard Time.
The LSA is working to faciilitate diversity, equity, and inclusion in linguistics hiring practices.
The LSA presented a webinar in a continuing series of Meet the Authors sessions, entitled “Reconstructing the evolution of Indo-European grammar” scheduled for October 15th at 12PM EST.
Join the editor of Language, Andries Coetzee, and the associate editors of the Language and Public Policy (LPP) section, Patricia Cukor-Avila and Vaidehi Ramanathan, for a discussion about LPP issues and its place in the journal.  The overall aim of this section is to raise awareness of the role that linguistics plays in our collective understanding of public issues that have strong policy implications.  

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