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LGBTQ+: Home

Research guide to help students find information on LGBTQ+ Rights

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Welcome

This guide is here to point you in the direction of resources that have to do with LGBTQ+ Rights. You will find things like: 

 

 

Sites and Tools for Fact Checking

Please remember as you are doing research, that not everything you read is factual. Remember to always check your facts. 

For more information on making sure you are reading something true check out our Media Literacy Guide

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Heather Ervin
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