Register for Two Educator Webinars at ONE Archives Foundation This November

ONE Archives Foundation announces two new webinars on the teaching of LGBTQ history in K-12 classrooms to take place this November. These webinars are geared towards K-12 educators, but all are welcome. 

Join us for ONE Archives Foundation’s and Our Family Coalition’s upcoming webinar, Teaching the History of HIV/AIDS Activism. The webinar will feature a presentation by historian Emily Hobson around the onset of the AIDS crisis and the LGBTQ activism that grew in response to it, and an 11th grade U.S. history model lesson with a classroom activity conducted by veteran history teacher Elana Goldbaum. The model lesson will explore and analyze the historical context around the crisis to understand reasons for anger and unrest in the LGBTQ community. 

This free webinar is geared towards K-12 educators, but all are welcome. 

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Join us for our upcoming webinar, Teaching Trans History with poet H. Melt and teacher Rabiya Kassam-Clay, to learn about including trans history and narratives within your curriculum. Exploring abolition, liberation, and community care, the webinar will feature readings by celebrated poet, H.Melt, from their newest book, There Are Trans People Here, and an overview of a corresponding study guide by Los Angeles based educator, Rabiya Kassam-Clay. The overview will include classroom activities geared towards students in grades 6-12.

This free webinar is geared towards K-12 educators, but all are welcome. 

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Please consider making a donation to support ONE Archives Foundation’s education programming. Thank you for your support of LGBTQ+ history and your investment in the next generation.

Images: Promotional images by ONE Archives Foundation and H.Melt. 

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ONE Archives Foundation
7655 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
(323) 419-2159