FAIR Education Act Workshop: Including LGBTQ People, Challenges, and Achievements in the Study of World War II History
Monday, February 10, 2020 | 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM
ONE Archives at the USC Libraries
909 West Adams Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90007
The interwar period provided an opportunity for new ideas and freedoms in Weimar Germany, Europe and the United States. The Nazi regime put an end to that, and the restrictions and biases which targeted LGBTQ individuals during the 1930s and WWII continued long after the war itself. In this collaborative workshop with Facing History and Ourselves, participants will deepen their capacity to teach about World War II with attention to the FAIR Education Act and the needs of our diverse students, by exploring the specific histories of:
Co-hosted by Facing History and Ourselves, this workshop will:
- Provide resources and tools for educators to teach a more accurate and inclusive history of World War II
- Include a tour of the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, the largest LGBTQ Archive in the world
- Provide interactive strategies for engaging student voices, experiences, and inquiry into the study of history
This workshop is particularly relevant for 10th grade World History teachers, but all are welcome.
Facing History and Ourselves uses the lessons of history to challenge students and teachers to stand up to bigotry and hate.