Education & Nonprofits
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Come learn about the fight for LGBT equality; featuring a history walk with some of the important places in the fight for LGBT rights. Pay your respects at the memorials to those lost, including the Transgender Garden of Remembrance. Visit the museum of LGBT history which includes multi-media exhibits. There is also a resource center with links to real world help for members of the LGBT community.View this destination »
Venture on the keyboard and hit the enter key and suddenly you are inside a region-wide laptop computer! Explore the working fan, CD drive, hard drive and more. Take a tour throughout the inner workings of a supersized laptop computer.View this destination »
Virtual Mental Health in Second Life offers free resources on mental health, relationships and wellness. Beginning in 2005, SL resident (RL licensed psychotherapist and educator) Avalon Birke and her team have worked to create an inworld space where individuals and groups can find genuine support.View this destination »
Welcome to the Second Life Museum of Nuclear Warfare. The goal is to educate the public about the history of the use of nuclear weapons in the larger context of the Cold War.View this destination »
TejanoTech, established in 2009, is the virtual campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio. Visitors are invited to enjoy the area, but are asked to respect the education-oriented mission of the campus.View this destination »
This museum traces the history of aviation from lighter-than-air flight through modern jet aviation. Please come and enjoy this tribute to the men and women who made modern aviation possible.View this destination »
Visit the Telephone Museum and learn the historical evolution of the telephone from its birth up to present day. Come and see the first ever phone that was created by Alexander Graham Bell, and 50 more telephone models of the past century. Play the memory and trivia phone games and try your luck with the Gacha Machine.View this destination »
The immersive disaster preparedness and response training sim is now opening to the public for visits and interactive immersion. Please have a care to the hard work put into it. Address questions to our Social Media expert and Joint Forces Information Officer, Bevan Whitfield, please.View this destination »
Offering hope to sufferers of this often fatal disease, the ACS in Second Life offers education/awareness programs and aims to unite survivors and caregivers. Residents can also visit Anatomica, which examines the key player in the body's immune system: the white blood cell.View this destination »
Take a horse-drawn carriage tour of Nonprofit Commons, an area that contains more than 150 nonprofit and social benefit organizations in Second Life.View this destination »
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