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Salute to Perry Watkins

Perry Watkins never thought he would be drafted into the military in 1968. Why? Because being homosexual would have disqualified him from military service. But Perry Watkins was drafted anyway, and 16 years later became an incidental civil rights champion.
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Building a Nation

This visual analysis assessment uses the Angela Ales painting Building a Nation to contextualize the American Civil Rights Movement. Ales' video introduction to Building a Nation and biographical information is offered in both English and Spanish. Also included are visual analysis instructions, rubric, and guiding questions. These tools help students organize their evaluation of the form, function, and use of Ales' artistic techniques to convey meaning, and guide their interpretation of who is reflected in Building a Nation by citing historical evidence.
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50 Ways

COMING SOON! UnErased! ReFraming the Lens of History resource book answers the what, where, and how to infuse LGBT+-inclusive history and academic content in a cross-curricular approach. Grades 9+
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UnErasing in Poland

Every day I look forward to a time when I can hold my boyfriend’s hand, and not worry about being beaten,” wrote Lukasz, one of my students at the University of Warsaw. Lukasz and his friends Basha and Aleksandra attended the weekly LGBT meetings
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Making Gay History

HUE has teamed up with the Making Gay History podcast series to infuse LGBTQ+ voices into the American civil rights story for 9-12+ classrooms. Eric Marcus’s archive of champions, heroes and witnesses to LGBTQ+ history (from the 1930s to 1990s) are being brought to life for K-12 classrooms and
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On The Front Lines

We are thrilled to announce Lowell Public Schools€™ participation in History UnErased's "On the Front Lines: Equipping teachers to improve the educational and wellness outcomes of LGBTQ youth." Educators from all nine middle schools in Lowell, MA will participate in this year-long, comprehensive training on the infusion of
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There is a vast pool of people and talent that the world is missing - from our collective past and from our present world. Right now, someone who has so much to offer this world will be absent, fall behind, lose confidence, fail, drop out, not graduate, not find their affinity, not become great, not contribute.