By a 3-2 vote, Rocklin Unified School District trustees approved the new K-5 history and social studies curriculum that clearly identifies LGBT people.
Illinois could allow the teaching of LGBT history since the House of Representatives has just approved the bill by a 60-42 vote.
On July 14, the new curriculum includes the history of American LGBT people was unanimously voted by the California State Board of Education.
Our flag has just made its entrance in one of the most important museums of modern art.
At present, in Canada, it is rather easy to access a LGBT content whether on TV, with the LGBT channel OUTtv, or online. But in the 80s, everything was different until the first gay and lesbian television show "Gayblevision" is created. Today, all the stories, photos, documents, movies ... are endangered unless you adopt a tape.
Good news! Opponents of SB48, which is the law which allows to teach LGBT history in schools of California, have just admitted that they will not have enough signatures to bring a vote against it!
One day after the governor Jerry Brown signed the law allowing the teaching of the LGBT history in the schools of California, a group of opponents launched an effort to overturn the law.
REELOUT ARTS PROJECT INC. is having their annual REELOUT Festival in Kingston, Canada until February 5, 2011.
The REELOUT Festival is a 10-day long celebration of independent queer-film and media screening over 60 films as well as meet-and-greets with the filmmakers, and fabulous parties!