Posted by: Through the Eyes of Women | April 13, 2018

April 9, 2018: You gotta fight for your rights! Sociologist Lisa Stulberg talks with host Emma Breacain about the roots of LGBTQ activism its effects on other movements

stulbergAs an Associate Professor of Sociology of Education at New York University, Lisa Stulberg quickly learned that many of her students had little to no understanding of the history of gay rights in the U.S. Those who were a little more informed were still surprised to learn that the struggle began well before the historic Stonewall uprising of 1969, and continues beyond recent achievements in marital equality. What, you didn’t know that?

In this episode, Stulberg discusses her book LGBTQ Social Movements, and weaves the fight for gay rights together with the movements that inspired it, and the movements it inspires,  drawing clear lines showing how every marginalized group working for social justice can learn something from the other warriors in the trenches.


To listen to and/or download this segment click the following link:Lisa Stulbery 4-9-18


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