The conclusion chapter provides vignettes of students who, as a result of participating in LGBT groups at Christian colleges and universities, have come to view themselves as activists. Through these vignettes, the chapter reiterates the central theoretical implications of the book – that varieties of activism exist, and that these varieties of activism have implications for how people can understand participation in activist groups and impacts of activist groups. The chapter also outlines several practical implications of the study for those who want to better understand how to create change on their Christian campuses and for those who wish to support students in their efforts.
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