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LGBTQ HISTORY MONTH FEATURED VIDEO

Massachusetts Senate President Stan Rosenberg discusses the path to marriage equality, what is ahead in the struggle for the rights of transgender people, and the responsibility of K-12 schools to ensure all youth, in every classroom, realize the idea that we are all created equal.

Senate President Rosenberg married his longtime partner Bryon Hefner on September 6th, 2016.

Produced by Ignition Visuals for History UnErased 

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Stonewall Street Fighter & Activist

Social Studies / grades 10+

WHAT'S INSIDE THIS INQUIRY KIT?

Students explore Sylvia Rivera’s activism within the context of a larger historical narrative, connecting the social, political and economic forces entrenched within this expanded American civil rights story. This 27-page academic inquiry unit provides a deeper understanding of the forces that impel activism and agency. Knowledge of the LGBTQ Civil Rights movement will inform this understanding and contextualization.
Because Stonewall has been mythologized by some as the beginning of the LGBTQ rights movement, the lesson includes HUE’s original “What’s the Myth?” game cards that explore how past events become distorted within the historical narrative.

 

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50 Ways to UnErase History 

Social Studies / grades 9+

WHAT'S INSIDE THIS BOOK?

UnErased: 50 Ways to Unerase History offers educators clear, simple access points to infuse LGBTQ-inclusive history and academic content in a cross-curricular approach for Social Studies and English Language Arts. Each of the 50 access points includes background information, suggested discussion questions, interdisciplinary connections, student outcomes, ideas for further exploration, and more.
HUE knows that educators are managing more today than ever before, and that is why UnErased: 5o Ways to UnErase History is the groundbreaking answer to what, where and how to infuse LGBTQ history.

 

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Civil War: From Farmer to Soldier

Recommended for grades 2-4

WHAT'S INSIDE THIS INQUIRY KIT?

Civil War: From Farmer to Soldier is a comprehensive 29-page inquiry unit that explores the possible motivations for women to pass as men and enlist as soldiers during the Civil War. Students critically examine primary source documents, ask questions, make hypotheses and draw conclusions. Students work collaboratively and practice skills using the story of Sarah Lyons/Wakeman, Inquiry Edusystem™ and original “What’s My Secret?” game.
Civil War: From Farmer to Soldier provides links to other resources, assessments, intersections with other events in the past and connections to modern-day considerations.

 

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WHY IT IS CRITICAL TO INTRODUCE LGBTQ-INCLUSIVE HISTORY AND ACADEMIC CONTENT

Despite undeniable advancements for LGBTQ equality, the statistics relating to LGBTQ youth and homelessness, suicidality, risk behaviors and drop out rates are worsening.

Study after study speaks to the unique opportunity (and responsibility) K-12 schools have to mitigate these statistics by disrupting the cycle of fear and shame through the presentation of a more honest and inclusive curriculum.

Support History UnErased’s Mission

HUE’s mission is to prepare educators to teach all students LGBTQ-inclusive history and academic content as a method to create safer, healthier schools and communities. Educators need – and deserve – exceptional training and resources in order to introduce LGBTQ-inclusive academic content with confidence and comfort. When teachers are well-prepared, the reach and impact is profound.

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