Posts Tagged ‘lgbtqs’

LGBT Sources

Monday, June 22nd

June is National LGBT Pride Month in remembrance of the Stonewall riots in June 1969, the beginning of the modern gay liberation movement. IU East has always taken an interest in nurturing and empowering our gay students (and their straight allies) – the LGBTQS Alliance is one of our most popular organizations, and many university […]

Pride in the Library

Monday, July 1st

Library collections are vibrant — continually changing and growing.  We enhance the Library collection at IU East with the primary purpose to provide you with reliable and current resources relevant to curricular and research needs.  Electronic resources and databases continue to increase in relevance and usefulness, offering millions of journal articles, encyclopedias, videos, e-books, and […]

LGBTQ Youth Literature

Monday, November 26th

Choosing a topic for my end of semester L390 Children’s Literature paper was a process of exploration. I chose to compare and contrast picture books with a common theme. I wanted a theme that dealt with current events so I focused on the 2012 elections.  With 3 additional States and the District of Columbia legalizing […]

The Library is a Safe Zone

Monday, June 4th

 The IU East Campus has recognized the need for “Safe Zone” training. The Safe Zone program was created to address the needs of lgbtq students and their allies. Workshops are led by Aimee Prater, lecturer of psychology. Participants who complete the training sign a pledge to be positive, supportive, and affirming of the LGBTQ community.  These […]