For the first week of the month after Pride month(aka July) I am posting video media about LGBTQIA+ folks. I've tried to include a little bit of everything from streaming sites, feature films, indie films, and documentaries. I hope you've enjoyed this Pride Recommendation series!
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In honor of Pride Month I decided to do a series of fiction and film recommendation list to the blog. This week I've created a list of science fiction/fantasy, romance, and poetry/short story anthologies. Two weeks ago I did adult fiction, young adult fiction, and graphic novels. Next week will be the final post about video media.
In honor of Pride Month I decided to do a series of fiction and film recommendation list to the blog to go along with the list of memoirs we posted last week. I’ve divided the books by basic genre and format starting with adult fiction, young adult fiction, and graphic novels this week. Next week will be sci-fi/fantasy, romance, and poetry/short story anthologies and the last week will be video media.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are displaying an exhibit for Coming Out Week 2017 from the Spectrum Center. We are also hosting information tables for MI Libraries for Life and the scary October book display.
This week the Shapiro Lobby is celebrating LGBTQ Pride Month with an exhibit created by Meredith Kahn and the UM Spectrum Center featuring Pride Month events, resources, and statistics. We will also be hosting June's book display "Commemorating Stonewall" for LGBTQ Pride Month.
This week in the Shapiro Lobby we are celebrating LGBTQ+ Health & Wellness Week with a display designed by Meredith Kahn and the Spectrum Center. We will also be hosting information tables for Hail Yeah! and Design & Discovery.
As we enter LGBT History Month this month, our reflection post shines the spotlight on a Pride exhibit from June 2016 created by our very own Women's Studies & Open Access Librarian, Meredith Kahn. This exhibit was displayed in the Shapiro Lobby during LGBT Pride Month and additional slides were included to support of victims of the Orlando shooting and those affected in the LGBTQ+ community.
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