Borderlands, Diasporas, and Transnational Crossings: Teaching LGBT Latina and Latino Histories

Roque Ramírez, Horacio N.
March 2006
OAH Magazine of History;Mar2006, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p39
The article presents a lesson plan and a teaching strategy on the history of the Latino GLBT history in the U.S. The three most important concepts in the study of Latino GLBT history are the following: the borderlands, the diaspora, and the transnation. The author assesses the political, social, and historical circumstances affecting the racial and sexual minority. He also highlights the liberation movements in the Latino GLBT community. The author have suggested several activities wherein students can understand its history.


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