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University LGBT+ History Month Lecture

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  • User Shon Faye, Sarah Franklin and Duncan Astle
  • ClockMonday 28 February 2022, 17:00-18:00
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What role should education, and the education system, play in queer liberation? This year’s LGBT + History Month concludes with a Q&A discussion, exploring both the historical role of the education system in the experience of sexuality and gender minorities, and a future perspective on the role that education can play in achieving equality. The panel of Shon Faye, Sarah Franklin and Duncan Astle will be fielding questions and discussing the role of education in queer liberation.

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