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Unheard Voices – a collaboration among ADL, GLSEN and StoryCorps – is an oral history and curriculum project that seeks to integrate lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) history, people and events into classroom curricula. 

At the core of the program are brief audio interviews with individuals who bore witness to or helped to shape LGBT history in some way. 

Each interview is accompanied by a backgrounder with discussion questions and activities for educators, and a student reading with biographical information about the interview subject and historical background on the topic.

Visit the Unheard Voices main page for more information on the project, lesson plans and additional resources.


AUDIO INTERVIEWS

Download all of the interview transcripts
Download all of the background materials


Terry Boggis


Terry Boggis talks about being a lesbian parent and an LGBT family advocate.



Kendall Bailey

Kendall Bailey talks about being discharged from the U.S. military under Don't Ask, Don't Tell.



David Barr

David Barr talks about the impact of AIDS on the gay community and his role as an activist since the 1980s.



James Dale

James Dale talks about being the plaintiff in the U.S. Supreme Court case challenging the Boy Scouts of Americas membership policy.



Jamison Green

Jamison Green talks about his role as an activist for transgender rights and his own personal transition.



Michael Levine

Michael Levine talks about his experiences at the Stonewall Inn on the night of the rebellion that sparked the modern LGBT rights movement.



Phyllis Lyon

Phyllis Lyon talks about her role as co-founder of Daughters of Bilitis, the first lesbian rights organization in the U.S.



Charles Silverstein

Charles Silverstein talks about his role in the declassification of homosexuality as a mental disorder by the American Psychiatric Association.



David Wilson

David Wilson talks about his role in achieving marriage equality for same-sex couples in Massachusetts.


Unheard Voices Home Page
Visit the project main page for more information as well as middle and high school level lesson plans and resources.
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