An oral history and curriculum project that will help educators to integrate LGBT history, people and issues into their instructional programs. Several lesson plans are included for middle and high school students that explore broad themes—such as silence and invisibility, inclusion and exclusion, and name-calling—as well as specific topics related to the interviews, such as marriage equality and gender identity…
In an engaging series of essays featuring a range of writing styles, leading scholars, educators, artists, and community activists explore themes of history, culture, gender, class, family, and sexual orientation, weaving their own stories into depictions of a Hmong American community where people continue to develop complex identities that are collectively shared but deeply personal as they help to redefine the multicultural America of today.
Marble bust of the emperor Hadrian, Italy, AD 117-118, and Antinous, Italy, AD 130-140 / Same-sex desire and gender identity at The British Museum - listen here http://www.britishmuseum.org/channel/object_stories/audio_a_little_gay_history.aspx?webSyncID=92bcecc9-3799-984e-a8d3-4a61d6ab020c=88db5156-1b26-8c2b-5d0e-58c45a5aeb34
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Carrie Mae Weems (4/1953 - Portland, Oregon) Carrie Mae Weems (born 1953) is an award-winning photographer and artist. Her photographs, films, and videos have been displayed in over 50 exhibitions in the United States and abroad and focus on serious issues that face African Americans today, such as racism, gender relations, politics, and personal identity. She has said, "Let me say that my primary concern in art, as in politics, is with the status and place of Afro-Americans in our country."