Resource: BiPOC Religion and AIDS Activism
This educational resource, while not comprehensive, provides original, thought-provoking teaching materials on how Black Churches and Black Activists in various religious traditions responded to the scourge of HIV in their Black communities.
Course: Queering the Spirit
This course offers the opportunity to examine religion as experienced by lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender/transsexual people. It adopts a comparative historical perspective in considering the multiplicity of LGBTQIA+ religious identities that have existed and continue to thrive around the world. Winner of LGBTQ-RAN’s Educational Resource Prize in 2022.
Syllabus: Queerness at the Potluck
This syllabus intended for a co-taught course for advanced undergraduate students and graduate students at a public university. The course has been made for students in the humanities and social sciences with special interests in 2slgbtq+ religious history. Honorable mention of the LGBTQ-RAN's Educational Resource Prize in 2022.
Workshop: Queering Religious Archives
This three-hour workshop, situated in a library or archive, introduces students in college, seminary, or graduate school to researching LGBTQ subjects using primary-source documents.
Tag Scavenger Hunt
This tag scavenger hunt activity gives students practice researching and finding information via tags, while familiarizing them with LGBTQ religious history. Intended for 11-12th grade or college-age students, its lesson plan includes objectives and a Common Core cross-reference.
Quiz on LGBTQ+ Religious History
This 12-question quiz covers significant events and persons in LGBTQ+ religious history and can be used to introduce students to the subject and to stimulate further research and discussion.
Upstairs Lounge Fire Exhibit
This discussion guide on the Upstairs Lounge Fire exhibit is intended for use in an undergraduate class session on LGBTQ+ history but may be adapted for other types of study.
LGBTQ-RAN provides these short video clips from presentations made by LGBTQ Christian leaders in the U.S. at the Rolling the Stone Away: Generations of Justice and Love Conference in October 2017. These video clips are intended for use in classrooms and instructional settings to illustrate the development and history of LGBTQ religious movements. Permission is given for one-time use in a classroom or other educational settings. For all other uses, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.