Celebrating and Qualifying the 50th Anniversary of the Gay Liberation Front

from Labour Hub The first meeting of the Gay Liberation Front was held 50 years ago this month.  Jeff Evans reflects on the long struggle for LGBTQ+ rights As a ‘sissy’ child of the 1960s and ‘70s living in a former Lancashire mining village, the birth of the Gay Liberation Front(GLF) generated no direct impact on […]

LGBT+ History Month 2021 Launch: ‘Body, Mind and Spirit’ ONLINE TONIGHT!

Join us in association with The British Library for the launch of LGBT+ History Month 2021 Book Here This is an online event. Bookers will be sent a link in advance giving access and will be able to watch at any time for 48 hours after the start time. Each year ‘Five Faces’ are chosen to […]

London Metropolitan Archives 18th Annual LGBTQ+ Conference: ‘UNORTHODOX’

unorthodox /ʌnˈɔːθədɒks/ contrary to what is usual, traditional, or accepted. Saturday 5th December 2020 – Celebrating its 18th birthday, the LGBTQ+ History Conference is ‘coming of age’, yet it is still grappling with important themes in history and heritage. #UnorthodoxConf Book Here This year explores a variety of topics and themes, including: How to Search […]

Rodney Wilson in conversation with Sue Sanders

The latest video on the LGBT+ History Month YouTube channel features Professor Sue Sanders, our Chair, in conversation with Rodney Wilson. Rodney is the Missouri teacher who created LGBT+ History Month in the USA, back in 1994. This piece on Rodney is from UMSL Daily, in 2015 Rodney Wilson was a graduate student at the […]

Queer Britain – ‘Open Letters’ Campaign

I wanted to reach out on behalf of Queer Britain, a charity working to create the UK’s first national LGBTQ+ museum.  Throughout history, the experiences of LGBTQ+ people have often been erased, overlooked or marginalised, leaving a gap in our national story. To change this and ensure that future generations can see themselves represented in history, Queer […]

LGBT+ History Month is Back On YouTube!

We are now live on YouTube! There are currently 55 videos, stretching as far back as 1987, including footage of CHE founder and father of gay rights Allan Horsfall, Schools OUT UK patron Sir Ian McKellen, Stuart Milk and Sir Derek Jacobi, as well as various interviews and talks with Professor Sue Sanders and the […]

Competition – Design the LGBT+ History Month Badge for 2022

Every year since its launch in 2004, LGBT+ History Month raises vital funds for its work to make schools safe and inclusive for everyone through the sale of its iconic annual badge. Each year the design is distinctive, linking to the year’s National Curriculum theme. Until now the design has been created by university design […]

Pride In Education 2: Back To School – 3rd October 2020

The Pride in Education 2 online conference is coming very soon. This time focusing, as requested, on practical resources for educators in LGBT+ issues: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/…/pride-in-education-back… Book now to avoid disappointment. Saturday 3rd October, 9.45am -1.30pm Panelists and presenters based in the UK the USA, Spain, South Africa, Ireland and Norway. 9.30 Welcome Professor Sue Sanders , […]

Beyond the Rainbow – East London NHS Foundation Trust (13th – 19th September 2020)

Between Sunday 13th September and Saturday 19th September 2020, East London NHS Foundation Trust (ELFT) will be hosting ‘Beyond The Rainbow’; a series of LGBTQ+ online events celebrating the achievements, culture and contributions of the LGBTQ+ community.  We’ll focus on health and wellbeing through a number of online sessions, discussions, interviews and entertainment, all in-conjunction […]

Educate OUT Racism – 11th September 2020 Online

This a not to be missed event – amazing speakers and a chance to look at resources. Book now and gain access to a recording if you miss the live event! All delegates will be able to download a free antiracist tool kit. Let’s make a positive difference and Educate OUT racismhttps://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/educating-out-racism-tickets-114748473774 2pm Welcome 2 […]