We believe learning and understanding LGBT+ history - and other untold histories - is vital in shaping a more sophisticated understanding of today's world.
Our Approach: Methods, Content, Training
We work with expert educators, curriculum developers, archivists, and historians to develop and produce a curriculum that offers innovative methods to infuse this academic content through a non-judgmental, rich exploration of primary and secondary source materials. In addition to high quality instructional methods and resources, our approach promotes the critical need for exceptional professional learning and development training that honors and respects educators' experience and expertise and helps them cultivate their unique position to advance the conceptual underpinnings of liberty and equity.
Example Resources from the Give Voice to History Project
The Give Voice to History Project curriculum, produced in partnership with Making Gay History - The Podcast, is anchored in unique archival audio oral history testimony. Each component includes a digital Teacher's Guide and an inquiry-based menu of opportunity: access points, learning outcomes, essential questions, guiding questions, skills-based activities, primary and secondary source materials, connections to today's world, extension activities, and unique assessment tools.
Visit our Making Gay History page for introductory mini-guides. The complementing 24" x 36" classroom posters, T-shirts That Teach, and UnErased clothing and gear are available for individual purchase at the UnErased Store.
MARCH WITH BAYARD RUSTIN introduces Rustin's intersecting identities and the influence of those identities on Dr. King and American civil rights, as well as Rustin's significant role in global human rights efforts.