Continuing along the theme of inclusion in diverse societies, Sauvé Fellows discussed how to better include LGBTQ+ in Quebec and the world with some local change-makers and activists. Fellows had the pleasure to meet with: 1) Tynan Jarret, the Equity Education Advisor specialized in sexual orientation and gender identity from McGill University’s Social Equity and Diversity Education Office;  2) Julien Rougerie from the Fondation Emergence, which supports the well-being of LGBTQ elderly people and defends their rights (and also started the globally-recognized international day against homophobia and transphobia on May 17), and 3) Kimberly Wong from AIDS Community Care Montreal and the Canadian Association for Education and Outreach, an organization that offers free workshops on creating LGBTQ safer spaces in Montreal high schools.