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The New York City Council funds History UnErased's work with New York City Public Schools. All opportunities on this page are available at no cost to individual educators and schools.


K-12 educators and school staff earn CTLE credits for attending one of our monthly virtual PL sessions. CTLE credits are also provided for attending any PL for individual schools.

Log in to your account or request your school's unique access code for our DOE-approved Intersections & Connections history, civics, and social studies instructional resources below.

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June 2024 Virtual PL with CTLEs

Stonewall UpRising: Through the Decades

Tuesday, June 4th, 7:30 - 8:30 PM: Introduction to a variety of digital and multimedia primary sources to contextualize the June 1969 Stonewall Inn riots as a significant event in American history, as well as Stonewall's lasting - and evolving - influence on today's world.


Inclusive Books for Elementary Students

Thursday, June 6th, 10:00 - 11:00 AM: Introduction to inclusive books for elementary students and highlights of books to share with students for PRIDE Month. Participants will leave with a recommended booklist with links to reviews and further recommendations. 


New and Inspiring Teaching Materials Available to All NYCPS Educators

Thursday, June 6th, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM: Interactive, multimedia introduction to new history, civics, and social studies content included on the Intersections & Connections digital platform of instructional resources, as well as highlights of content to share with students during PRIDE month.


Using "Commemorating PRIDE" Podcast Episode with Students

Thursday, June 6th, 12:00 - 1:00 PM: Interactive, multimedia introduction to the history behind the Christopher Street Liberation Day March and the primary source materials that informed the production of this Deep Dives and Backstories podcast episode.


NYC Drag Culture from the Mid-19th Century: An Art Form Shaping US History

Friday, June 14th, 2:30 - 3:30 PM: This interactive, multimedia session is anchored in June's Deep Dives and Backstories podcast episode featuring Glitter and Concrete: A Cultural History of Drag in New York City (2023) author Elyssa Maxx Goodman.


Commemorating Juneteenth through an LGBTQ Lens

Wednesday, June 19th, 12:00 - 1:00 PM: This interactive, multimedia session highlights LGBTQ-inclusive African American history and its prominence in shaping the story of America.

New York Public Library Special Event

Bronx History and Activism Project 

Thursday, June 13th, 3:00 - 4:00 PM

Event Details

This program is made possible by NYPL’s Innovation Lab, which pilots new staff ideas for reaching and engaging our communities.

The Bronx History and Activism Project (BxHAP) is a bi-weekly virtual history and civic program that introduces participants to a topic in local history and utilizes local primary and secondary sources to help bring the topic to life. Local community leaders join the program, challenge participants to rethink preconceptions, and engage with organizations and elected officials to improve our City.

About the session

Let's explore localized LGBTQ history in New York City's five boroughs through an interactive professional development workshop.

  • Audience: Adults, Teachers, K-12 Educators, College/Graduate School Educators
Assistive Listening and ASL
ASL interpretation and real-time (CART) captioning available upon request. Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance by emailing [email protected].

 

Click the button below to register through the New York Public Library system - and please share!

 

Request Customized PL for Individual Schools or Teacher Teams with CTLEs

- Full Staff Training: Introduction to LGBTQ-inclusive and Intersectional History and Social Studies

- Informational Session for Parents/Caregivers: Developmentally-aligned Curriculum & Language 

- Navigating Complex Conversations / Analyzing Authentic Scenarios

- Teaching LGBTQ-inclusive Curriculum in the ENL/MLL Classroom

- Curriculum Mapping / Scaffolding

- Modeling Lessons and Customized Coaching

- Diversifying Classroom Collections and School Libraries

- Understanding LGBTQ-inclusive Curriculum through Policy and Public Health Lenses

- LGBTQ History Session for GSA Students (single one-hour session)

On-site PL requires a two-week notice - thank you.

Click the button below to request one or more options for your school staff. If you don't hear from us within 48 hours, please contact us at [email protected]

UnErasing LGBTQ History and Identities: A Podcast for Teachers

Our Pilot and Season One offer real-world advice and reasonable, practical strategies on how you can create LGBTQ-inclusive classrooms and schools. 

Have a listen to "Navigating Pushback with Compassion" featuring Triana Wilson. In this episode, Triana draws on over a decade's experience navigating complex conversations about LGBTQ-inclusive classrooms with parents and caregivers of her new immigrant and refugee students.

Listen to the episode with the transcript here.

This podcast season is funded by the New York City Council and developed by History UnErased in partnership with Making Gay History. To listen to more episodes, click the Podcast button below or find us on Spotify, iHeartRadio, Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts, or anywhere you get your podcasts. 

 

Deep Dives and Backstories Episodes

In Season Two of UnErasing LGBTQ History and Identities: A Podcast for Teachers, you will meet a few history-makers featured in our Intersections & Connections curriculum and learn some fascinating - and empowering - backstories!

Have a listen to "KAPAEMAHU UnErased" to hear the story of the Healer Stones of Kapaemahu and learn about their erasure in the age of American imperialism, as well as current efforts to restore the monument to the healer stones  - and the mahu - to their rightful place in Hawaiian history.

Listen to the episode with the transcript here.

This podcast season is funded by the New York City Council and developed by History UnErased. To listen to more episodes, click the Podcast button below or find us on Spotify, iHeartRadio, Apple PodcastsGoogle Podcasts, or anywhere you get your podcasts. 

 

Art of the Podcast Residency for GSAs

Our youth equity podcast project is developed and produced by History UnErased in collaboration with Houses on the Moon Theater Company. Each episode is the product of a semester-long story-telling process, giving students the opportunity to amplify their voices and share the stories they want and need to tell.

Middle school and high school GSA Advisors can contact us to request a 2024/25 residency application HERE

Have a listen to our Pilot Season and Season One!