Gale Case Studies: Intersectional LGBTQ Issues

"Intersectional LGBTQ Issues is an undergraduate learning module on the Gale Case Studies platform that shows a more complete historical picture of the LGBTQ community and activism in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Topics have been carefully selected to provide insight into both direct-action efforts, like the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Anti-Violence Project, and local activism aimed at reversing problematic policies, like employment discrimination in the recent U.S. Supreme Court case of Bostock v. Clayton County. In this module, case studies, discussion questions, and primary sources come together to help students uncover important links between historical events and issues that LGBTQ people still face today."