Pride Month is a time to learn about LGBTQ history
The Office of Equity & Inclusion (OEI) is engaged in an ongoing project to compile resources aiding individual inquiry into diversity-related topics. For Pride Month, OEI recommendations are centered on Pride-related reading.
Pride Month resources:
- “LGBTQ Activism and Contributions” is a Library of Congress collection with a variety of readings and multimedia resources primarily designed to help classroom teachers.
- “20 LGBTQ People Who Changed the World,” from The Advocate, is collection of brief bios of notable figures from world history, art, politics and other fields.
- The LGBTQ Awareness Curriculum provides links to several activities related to fostering understanding of several subjects including coming out, terminology and “F(earfully) Asked Questions” pertaining to LGBTQ matters.
- The Trevor Project delivers crisis and suicide prevention counseling to LGBTQ youth who are age 25 and younger.
- “10 Ways to Celebrate Pride Month” from Thomson Reuters provides a list of festive and service-oriented options.
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