FAIR Education Act Workshop: Bringing LGBTQ History to the Classroom 
Thursday, January 23, 2020
California State University, Dominguez Hills 
Loker Student Union 324 
Light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Join the ONE Archives Foundation and the UCLA History-Geography Project for a free one-day workshop on the integration of LGBTQ history within 11th grade U.S. History curricula, featuring an LGBTQ cultural competency training. In this workshop, you will:
  • Be familiarized with 20th century LGBTQ history, with a focus on LGBTQ content within the new California History-Social Science Framework
  • Participate in a model lesson exploring an 11th grade LGBTQ history topic
  • Be provided an LGBTQ cultural competency training including best practices for creating safe and inclusive classrooms for LGBTQ students
  • Participate in a planning session for next steps
This workshop is primarily for 11th grade U.S. History and Ethnic Studies teachers.

FAIR Education Act Workshop: Including LGBTQ History in Los Angeles History

November 4, 2019
ONE Archives at the USC Libraries
909 West Adams Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90007

How can we more accurately understand Los Angeles through the range of individuals who have contributed, challenged, and re-shaped this region? Responding to the FAIR Education Act and the needs of our diverse students, this workshop will introduce participants to LGBTQ individuals and events in history whose contributions have shaped Los Angeles.

Co-hosted by Facing History and Ourselves, this workshop will:

  • Share resources and tools to teach a more inclusive history of Los Angeles
  • Include a tour of ONE Archives at the USC Libraries;
  • Provide interactive strategies for engaging diverse student voices, experiences, and inquiry into the study of history

Registration for this workshop is closed

Our workshop has reached capacity. For more information, please contact