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    • Rethinking Sexism, Gender, and Sexuality (Teaching Guide) | Zinn Education Project: Teaching People's History
    • Rethinking Sexism, Gender, and Sexuality

    • Teaching Guide. Edited by Annika Butler-Wall, Kim Cosier, Rachel Harper, Jeff Sapp, Jody Sokolower, and Melissa Bollow Tempel. 2016. 460 pages.
      Article topics cover what it takes at different grade levels to create a nurturing classroom, curriculum, teachers coming out, organizing beyond classroom walls, and integrating LGBTQ content into teacher education programs and ongoing teacher education.

    • Resource Types: Teaching Guides | Themes: Education, LGBT |
    • Tackling LGBT Issues in School: A Resource Module

    • Teaching Guide. Edited by Leif Mitchell and Meredith Startz. 2007. 125 pages.
      A resource guide for teachers, administrators, students, and parents.

    • Resource Types: Teaching Guides | Themes: LGBT | Reading Levels: Adult
    • Women, Gays, and Other Voices of Resistance

    • Teaching Activity. By Jack Bareilles. 17 pages.
      Questions and teaching ideas for Chapter 19 of Voices of a People’s History of the United States on the emergence and legacy of the 1960s counterculture, as well as the movements it helped create.

    • Resource Types: Teaching Guides | Time Periods: People’s Movement: 1961 - 1974, 20th Century | Themes: Civil Rights Movements, Democracy & Citizenship, Laws & Citizen Rights, LGBT, Women's History | Reading Levels: High School
    • 101 Changemakers: Rebels and Radicals Who Changed US History

    • Book – Non-fiction. By Michele Bollinger and Dao Tran. 2012. 215 pages.
      A collection of 101 brief and accessible profiles of rebels, radicals, and fighters for social justice.

    • Resource Types: Books: Non-Fiction | Time Periods: All US History | Themes: African American, Asian American, Civil Rights Movements, Democracy & Citizenship, Disability, Environment & Food, Immigration, Imperialism, Labor, Language Arts, Latino, LGBT, Media, Native American, Organizing, Pacific Islander, Racism & Racial Identity, Social Class, US Foreign Policy, Wars & Related Anti-War Movements, Women's History | Reading Levels: Grades 6-8, High School
    • I Must Resist: Bayard Rustin's Life in Letters

    • Book – Non-fiction. Edited by Michael G. Long. By Bayard Rustin. Foreword by Julian Bond. 2012. 276 pages.
      The story of the behind-the-scenes strategist, organizer, and advocate of non-violence, Bayard Rustin.

    • Resource Types: Books: Non-Fiction | Time Periods: People’s Movement: 1961 - 1974, 20th Century | Themes: African American, Civil Rights Movements, LGBT, Organizing, Racism & Racial Identity | Reading Levels: Adult, High School
    • A Young People’s History of the United States

    • Book – Non-fiction. By Howard Zinn with Rebecca Stefoff. 2009. 464 pages.
      A young adult version of the best-selling A People’s History of the United States.

    • Resource Types: Books: Non-Fiction | Time Periods: 18th Century, 19th Century, 20th Century, All US History | Themes: African American, Asian American, Civil Rights Movements, Democracy & Citizenship, Immigration, Imperialism, Labor, Laws & Citizen Rights, LGBT, Native American, Organizing, Racism & Racial Identity, Slavery, Social Class, US Foreign Policy, Wars & Related Anti-War Movements, Women's History | Reading Levels: Grades 6-8
    • Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin

    • Film. Produced by Nancy Kates and Bennett Singer. 2002. 83 min.
      Documentary about the life of peace, labor, and civil rights activist Bayard Rustin.

    • Resource Types: Films | Time Periods: Prosperity, Depression, & World War II: 1920 - 1944, Cold War: 1945 - 1960, People’s Movement: 1961 - 1974, 20th Century | Themes: African American, Civil Rights Movements, Labor, LGBT, Organizing | Reading Levels: High School
    • Bullied: A Student, a School and a Case That Made History

    • Film. Southern Poverty Law Center. 2010. 40 minutes.
      This documentary shows the devastating impact of bullying on students, in this case a gay student who works with lawyers to win a precedent setting case to create a safe place for students in school.

    • Resource Types: Films | Themes: Laws & Citizen Rights, LGBT | Reading Levels: High School
    • The Times of Harvey Milk

    • Film. Directed by Rob Epstein. 1984. 90 minutes.
      Documentary on the political career and assassination of Harvey Milk, San Francisco’s first openly gay supervisor.

    • Resource Types: Films | Time Periods: 20th Century | Themes: Civil Rights Movements, Democracy & Citizenship, LGBT |
    • Gays in History

    • Poster. By Laurie Casagrande.
      Features 10 well-known women and men in the arts who were gay or lesbian from throughout history.

    • Resource Types: Posters | Themes: LGBT |
    • Americans Who Tell the Truth

    • Website.
      Portraits by Robert Shetterly and biographies of individuals who have taken a stand for justice.

    • Resource Types: Websites | Time Periods: All US History | Themes: African American, Art & Music, Asian American, Civil Rights Movements, Democracy & Citizenship, Disability, Environment & Food, Immigration, Imperialism, Labor, Latino, LGBT, Native American, Organizing, Racism & Racial Identity, Slavery, Social Class, Sports, Women's History |