Monday, September 24, 2012

GLSEN, The Anti-Defamation League and Story Corps' Unheard Voices Project - an incredible resource!

Over the last four Mondays, I've shared a few of the stories that are part of the GLSEN Unheard Voices project.

And there are more interviews and teacher guides to explore!

Kendall Bailey speaking about the impact of Don't Ask, Don't Tell

David Barr talking about The Early Days of the HIV/AIDS Epidemic

Terry Boggis on LGBT Family Rights and on being a queer parent

Charles Silverstein on his role and view of the Declassification of Homosexuality as a Mental Illness


David Wilson on the Struggle for Marriage Equality

With California's passage of the FAIR Education Act, GLSEN's Unheard Voices is an important resource for middle and high schools to tell (and discuss and learn about) our untold LGBTQ history.

Unheard Voices is a joint project of GLSEN, The Anti-Defamation League, and StoryCorps.

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