Unheard Voices Curriculum
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Network (GLSEN), and StoryCorps have collaborated to create Unheard Voices, an oral history and curriculum project that will help educators integrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) history and issues into their instructional programs. At the core of the program are brief audio interviews with people who bore witness to or helped shape LGBT history in some way.
Each interview is accompanied by a backgrounder, discussion questions, and activities for educators, as well as a student reading with biographical information about the interview subject and historical background on the era.
For more background information, download the document below:
Unheard Voices: Stories of LGBT History (.pdf)
Unheard Voices Interviews
You can hear interviews from the Unheard Voices Curriculum, here.
Last month, StoryCorps traveled to the Philadelphia Folklore Project to record the stories of a group of students who were victims of targeted attacks.