Introduction to Black Studies Course​

Introduction to the Study of Black History, Politics, Sociology, Psychology, Science, Art, Music and Religion Starting January 2022 Introduction to Black Studies Course is a 30 week beginner’s course that analyses all the major areas of the Black Experience – the History, the Politics, the Psychology, the Sociology, the Science & Technology, the Arts, and finally, […]

The Day The World Came To Huddersfield

Archive issues call-out for photos of the UK’s first National Pride in Huddersfield in 1981 The UK’s first ever national Pride took place in Huddersfield on 4th July 1981* . To mark the fortieth anniversary, a series of arts and archive events will take place until autumn 2022. Part of these events is call-out from […]

This Saturday – Olly Pike Pop-Up Shop

Olly says: Can you believe this is actually happening? Because I can’t! Come and join me and my co-authors at the first EVER Pop’n’Olly Pop-Up Shop! Details: https://bit.ly/3kFZ7Ms Celebrate Pop’n’Olly’s new book ‘What Does LGBT+ Mean?’ with me and enjoy some wonderful drinks courtesy of the incredible Digby Fine English and Slingsby Gin And a […]

BBC History Extra – LGBTQ+ History Week 2021

It’s LGBTQ+ history week on HistoryExtra. Every day this week, we’ll be releasing new articles and podcasts about LGBTQ+ history – from a panel discussion with expert historians to articles about fascinating historical figures and milestones that you might never have heard about before. Our LGBTQ+ history week coincides with LGBT+ history month in the UK, […]

Proud Trust Education Pack 2021

FREE RESOURCES FOR SCHOOLS, PARENTS, CARERS AND COMMUNITY GROUPS PUT LGBT+ HISTORY MONTH FIRMLY ON THE CURRICULUM Educational digital downloads available now and free for anyone to use Children and young people can take their place in LGBT+ history by designing new logo and badge for LGBT+ History Month 2022 The UK’s largest LGBT+ youth […]

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 […]

Northern Ireland: LGBT+ Training for all Derry Schools

Free LGBT+ Training for all Derry Schools Free Derry Museum 7th March We at Schools OUT UK, through our project OUTing the Past, together with several partners in Northern Ireland, helped put together the first exhibition of Northern Ireland of LGBT + history. It was launched at the Museum of Free Derry who saw the […]

Fyne Times – LGBT+ History Month Issue

Click on the image above to read the magazine The latest issue features: Proud Voices: featuring Drag Syndrome Sue Sanders: “We have to fight for our History” Lifting the LGB Armed Forces Law: 20 years on

Jonathan Cutbill’s LGBT+ Historical Library Collection moving day – BBC Radio Shropshire

Jonathan Cutbill, a founder of Gay’s The Word bookshop in London’s Bloomsbury, died last May aged 82. His collection, which has over 33,000 items, dates back to 1760, and will be moved from his Shrewsbury home to the University of London. The collection,is catalogued and cross-referenced, consists of books, newspapers, pamphlets, artworks, correspondence and other […]