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LGBT History Month Educational Displays

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Each year, Spencer Pride develops and distributes educational displays that feature information about LGBTQI history.   This year’s displays were developed & created by wonderful volunteers from Prism Youth Community – Bloomington.

The display can be found at a record number of libraries and public schools this year, continuing Spencer Pride’s trend of making each year’s distribution bigger than the last.  Distribution of this year’s displays is widespread in 22 locations, including 12 separate communities, 9 counties, 15 libraries, 3 high schools, & 3 universities.

The 2015 displays feature information about Transgender history and can be found at the following locations:

  • Bloomington North High School (Bloomington)
  • Bloomington South High School (Bloomington)
  • Bloomfield Eastern Greene County Library (Bloomfield) – poster only; no educational display
  • Brown County Public Library (Nashville) – after October 13
  • Clay County Public Library (Brazil)
  • DePauw University, Roy O. West Library (Greencastle)
  • Edgewood High School (Ellettsville)
  • Indiana University, GLBT Student Support Services (Bloomington)
  • Indiana University, Herman B. Wells Library (Bloomington)
  • Indiana University, School of Public Health (two locations: School of Public Health at 1025 E. 7th Street & IU Health Center at 600 N. Jordan Avenue, both in Bloomington)
  • Knox County Library (Vincennes)
  • Lawrence County Library (Bedford)
  • Linton Public Library (Linton)
  • Monroe County History Center (Bloomington)
  • Monroe County Library (Bloomington) – October 17 – November 8
  • Monroe County Library (Ellettsville) – part of October only
  • Morgan County Library (Martinsville) – NOVEMBER only
  • Owen County Library (Spencer)
  • Puntam County Library (Greencastle)
  • Vincennes University Library (Vincennes)
  • Worthington Jefferson Township (Worthington)

We are very appreciative of the volunteers at Prism Youth Community – Bloomington for their great work in creating this year’s displays.  We are also thankful for the many school administrators, librarians, and other professionals who have supported having our displays in their establishments.