50 Years of pride in the UK
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This June marks the 50th anniversary of Pride in the UK, when we celebrate LGBTQ+ identities, lives, and histories.
At LIS we believe that diversity is our strength, and that excellence in all we do comes from recognising the value of every individual. We’re committed to fostering an inclusive, respectful and equitable environment for our staff and students, that champions our diversity and enables us to achieve our full potential, contribute fully, and derive maximum benefit and enjoyment from our involvement in the life of the School.
This year we’re celebrating UK Pride Month by sharing some of the LIS team’s favourite books, films, documentaries, podcasts, artists, and exhibitions either by LGBTQI+ creators or about LGBTQI+ themes. We hope you enjoy them!
- Beautiful Thing
- Breakfast on Pluto
- In & Out
- Alex Strangelove
- But I’m a Cheerleader
- Call Me by Your Name
- It’s A Sin
- Sugar Rush
- Beautiful People
- Our Flag Means Death
- Ru Paul’s Drag Race
- Another Mother Tongue
- Coming Out Spiritually
- The Boy Behind the Wall
- TransVerse II: No Time for Silence
- When We Rise
- Trans Britain
- This Book is Gay
- The Stonewall Reader
Artists & Exhibitions
LIS is an ally of the LGBTQI+ community, as we work to build a world that is safe and welcoming to all, and where all individuals are treated equitably. Read our Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion resources to learn more.
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