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In this podcast, K-12 teachers and administrators will share their experiences creating LGBTQ-inclusive learning spaces, and they’ll offer real-world insights and practical strategies to guide you.

UnErasing LGBTQ History and Identities: A Podcast for Teachers History UnErased

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In this podcast, K-12 teachers and administrators will share their experiences creating LGBTQ-inclusive learning spaces, and they’ll offer real-world insights and practical strategies to guide you.

    Season 1 Ep 3: Ways of Being in the Ancient World Are Returning

    Season 1 Ep 3: Ways of Being in the Ancient World Are Returning

    To simplify the many complexities of our world, humans naturally reach for labels. We use them to categorize others and describe ourselves. But labels evolve over time: some fall out of favor, others are redefined, and new ones are introduced. In this episode, you will meet Stephen Guerriero, a veteran middle school social studies educator, who will take us back to ancient times to help demystify labels and shed new light on sexual orientation and gender identity.

    This History UnErased podcast is funded by the New York City Council Committee on Education. It was developed by History UnErased in partnership with Making Gay History and produced by Deb Fowler; Inge De Taeye; and Eric Marcus.

    • 13 min
    Season 1 Ep 2: Introducing LGBTQ-inclusive Books in Your Classroom Featuring Kathleen Barker

    Season 1 Ep 2: Introducing LGBTQ-inclusive Books in Your Classroom Featuring Kathleen Barker

    Books help us understand our world and our place within it. For young people of any age, stories that reflect themselves, their friends, their families, and their communities are a vital source of validation.

    In this episode, you will meet Kathleen Barker, a library and information specialist and historian, to explore the value of LGBTQ-inclusive books in the classroom—for students as well as teachers.

    This History UnErased podcast is funded by the New York City Council Committee on Education. It was developed by History UnErased in partnership with Making Gay History and produced by Deb Fowler; Inge De Taeye; Ali Lemer; and Eric Marcus.

    • 11 min
    Season 1 Ep 1: The Power of a Pink Cup Featuring Chip James

    Season 1 Ep 1: The Power of a Pink Cup Featuring Chip James

    "Mr. Chip, how can you do that? Your cup! You're drinking out of a pink cup!" In this episode, Chip James, an expert elementary educator, discusses how he seized on an opportunity to educate a group of 3rd-grade students in a discussion that led them towards deconstructing rigid (and ridiculous) gender stereotypes.
    This History UnErased podcast is funded by the New York City Council Committee on Education. It was developed by History UnErased in partnership with Making Gay History and produced by Deb Fowler; Inge De Taeye; Ali Lemer; and Eric Marcus.

    • 14 min
    Pilot Ep 3: Everyday Opportunities to Create LGBTQ-inclusive Classrooms and Schools Featuring Dr. Steven LaBounty-McNair

    Pilot Ep 3: Everyday Opportunities to Create LGBTQ-inclusive Classrooms and Schools Featuring Dr. Steven LaBounty-McNair

    Making our schools truly LGBTQ-inclusive takes time--and requires real systemic change. But creating LGBTQ-inclusive learning environments doesn’t always require major policy shifts. 
    Meet Dr. Steven LaBounty-McNair, an expert in K-12 education, who reminds us of the everyday opportunities teachers have to create a more inclusive environment for all students. 
    This History UnErased podcast series is funded by the New York City Council Committee on Education. It was developed in partnership with Making Gay History and produced by Inge De Taeye, Nahanni Rous, and Eric Marcus. 

    • 9 min
    Pilot Ep 2: Navigating the Spectrum of Gender Diversity in Your Classroom Featuring Amber Joseph

    Pilot Ep 2: Navigating the Spectrum of Gender Diversity in Your Classroom Featuring Amber Joseph

    Creating a supportive and mindful learning environment where all students can be their true selves is vital--but today's gender-expansive identities and language can often seem overwhelming for teachers. 
    Meet Amber Joseph, a middle school teacher in New York City with over a decade of experience, who will provide you with real-world advice and reasonable, actionable steps to honor and include all of the identities your students bring into the classroom. 
    This History UnErased podcast series is funded by the New York City Council Committee on Education. It was developed in partnership with Making Gay History and produced by Inge De Taeye, Nahanni Rous, and Eric Marcus.

    • 11 min
    Pilot Ep 1: How K-5 Teachers Can Dismantle Gender Stereotypes Featuring Chip James

    Pilot Ep 1: How K-5 Teachers Can Dismantle Gender Stereotypes Featuring Chip James

    How can kindergarten and elementary school teachers help dismantle gender stereotypes and create an inclusive environment for all students?

    Meet Chip James, who will answer this question (and more) based on decades of experience as an expert elementary educator and also from his private practice serving LGBTQ-identifying youth and their families.

    This History UnErased podcast series is funded by the New York City Council Committee on Education. It was developed in partnership with Making Gay History and produced by Inge De Taeye, Nahanni Rous, and Eric Marcus. 

    • 10 min

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Tina11285 ,

Much needed!

Love this podcast! Easy to follow and great, concrete examples of how to have an affirming, inclusive, welcoming classroom for ALL!

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