History UnErased has teamed up with the Making Gay History podcast series to infuse LGBTQ+ voices into the American civil rights story for K-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 introduced through History UnErased’s unique Inquiry EduSystem™. The Give Voice to History Project podcasts anchor HUE’s engaging and empowering academic inquiry units with direct access points in Social studies, English Language Arts, STEM, Fine Arts, Health and more.
The Making Gay History podcast series brings LGBTQ history to life through the voices of the people who lived it — creating podcasts and documentaries, sourcing and licensing archival materials, producing events, and developing LGBTQ-inclusive educational resources.
*Important note: the Making Gay History podcast series is intended for adult audiences. The podcast extractions for the Give Voice to History Project are age-appropriate and educationally relevant to current curricula.
History UnErased recommends Sez Me as a multi-disciplinary educational resource for all ages. Created by animator Mor Erlich and hosted by Jeff Marras (aka Charmin Ultra), Sez Me captures unscripted interviews with children from all backgrounds.
Sez Me delivers affirming, uplifting, colorful and educational entertainment to engage people of all ages (especially elementary students) in conversations about gender and gender fluidity.