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LGBTQIA+ Pride Month Resource Guide

The month of June was chosen for LGBT Pride Month to commemorate the Stonewall riots, which occurred at the end of June 1969. As a result, many Pride events are held during this month to recognize the impact LGBTQ people have had in the world

Films On Demand

Films On Demand

Films On DemandFilms On Demand gives students instant access to documentaries, educational films, independent films, and instructional videos in a variety of subject areas and topics.  

Click here to visit Films On Demand (Login is CSID and last name) 

 

How to Locate Videos for Your Research Topic:

  • Scroll down on the homepage to browse by subject

  • Click on Menu and select Browse Videos to go to a list of subject areas for videos or Browse Producer to see a list of video producers. 

Films on Demand home screen with circle around the menu icon.

  • Search with keywords using the Basic Search located on the top of the page:basic search box
  • Click on the Advanced Search link located under the Basic Search box and use the advanced search features.  These features will allow you to search for videos by subject, title, keyword, producers, formats, and a variety of filters.  You can even limit your search to only videos with closed captioning and interactive transcripts.Advanced Search

Speak Out

Speak Out

Speak Out - The Institute for Democratic Education and Culture is a national non-profit organization that educates, inspires and empowers young people to become activists for social justice.

Committed to social, political, cultural, environmental, and economic justice, Speak Out encourages critical and imaginative thinking about domestic and international issues through artistic and educational forums nationwide. Read more at Speakoutnow.org


SpeakOut Ed Talks

To Be Brown and Gay in the USA

Dr. Anthony Ocampo

Immigration, race, and LGBTQ+ rights have been headline issues, yet the experiences of those whose identities include all three are often invisible. In this SpeakOut virtual event, scholar and author Dr. Anthony Ocampo discusses the struggles of LGBTQ+ people of color to be seen, not just by the public, but also by their immigrant families, ethnic communities, and the mainstream gay community.

Dr. Ocampo zeros in on Latinx and Asian gay men and looks at how schools in particular are racialized, gendered, and heteronormative and the implications intersectional identities hold for understanding educational inequalities.

Open Access Videos