If you were to look at a US history textbook, would you know LGBTQ people existed? Guess what—you wouldn’t. That’s the problem.

History UnErased is solving that problem by putting LGBTQ history in its rightful place—the classroom.




The Time Is Now to UnErase LGBTQ History in K-12 Classrooms

History UnErased's Intersections & Connections Curriculum is the first and only complete K-12 LGBTQ US history curriculum in the nation—and is essential for lasting LGBTQ equality. 

You can help us reach more classrooms & students!




History UnErased putting lgbtq history in its rightful place, the classroom.


History UnErased is an education non-profit bringing life-affirming, life-changing, and life-saving LGBTQ US history into the mainstream curriculum in K-12 schools across the nation.  

People who we label and understand today as LGBTQ have always existed–in every part of humanity–but the absence of LGBTQ narratives in our nation’s classrooms means that students never learn the stories of people and events that were critical to the founding and shaping of the United States. Erasing this history teaches students that LGBTQ people never existed. And the absence of LGBTQ identities in what students learn about our shared human history has been doing harm, as evidenced by the staggering statistics relating to LGBTQ youth and suicidality, homelessness, and risk behaviors. But our Intersections & Connections curriculum is changing this!

Our curriculum is bringing LGBTQ history into the stories of people and events that were critical to the founding and shaping of the United States and our world. This visibility is conveying messages of belonging, respect, and empowerment–and everyone benefits.

"This isn't LGBTQ history, it's just history. We should be learning this from elementary school on." —Michele, grade 8 student


student and teacher in classroom


As our curriculum makes LGBTQ history a part of mainstream history, it is also allowing students to apply their own identity lens(es) as they approach their learning, whether it be race, gender, ethnicity, or nationality. This ensures dignity and equitable representation for all students in the story of "We the people." And our whole-school approach and sustainable model ensure educators are well-supported. 

"I wish this was part of my childhood education, as it would have been life-changing to have learned LGBTQ history in school. History UnErased's curriculum and work with K-12 schools is essential to ensure a welcoming place for us in society." - Jim, parent




Managing the Fear of Change

Reaching the hearts and minds of every school staff member is the first step in paving the way for lasting societal change that is welcoming and safe for all LGBTQ people. We include ALL school staff in the introduction to our LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum to address the social, cultural, and political fear that often accompanies the idea of teaching of LGBTQ history, especially because our curriculum connects with topics of race and gender.



Our whole-staff training addresses concerns head-on to help dispel misperceptions and allay any fear. And our information session for parents and caregivers also addresses concerns head-on about what our curriculum includes, and doesn't include, which is working to dispel their misperceptions, allay any fear, and include them in their child's learning.

"I am definitely leaving this meeting with my mind changed and happy to have learned. None of us know what this should look like so imaginations run wild. Glad I came. We all have so much to learn! – Cecilia, K-5 parent




We want you to be a part of this critical and necessary work. There are schools RIGHT NOW, across the nation, ready to bring our curriculum into their classrooms but they lack the funding. Your donation and support help History UnErased continue putting life-affirming, life-changing, and life-saving LGBTQ history into its rightful place–the classroom.

We need your help. Please donate now!



History UnErased is putting lgbtq history in its rightful place, the classroom.


"Everyone in the world needs to learn about this. This can change the world." - Mohammad, 17 

Our curriculum reflects over seven years of research and development by expert classroom teachers, curriculum designers, historians, librarians, and education policy leaders. Our curriculum is anchored in copyright-secured primary sources curated from digital and print collections from libraries and archives across the nation, as well as the Library of Congress, National Archives, National Park Service, and more.


"I feel so reassured, in the face of many battles for LGBTQ+ rights and dignity across the country, that History UnErased is working for the best interests of LGBTQ+ youth while making a systemic change to the education all students receive." - Fran, community member