Secondary Source List
Review the following secondary sources on LGBTQ+ history and select two that most closely support your research question.
- Ball, Molly. (2015, July 1). How Gay Marriage Became a Constitutional Right. The Atlantic. www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2015/07/gay-marriage-supreme-court-politics-activism/397052/
History of Gay Marriage. (2019, June 13). ProCon.org. gaymarriage.procon.org/history-of-gay-marriage/
- Hunt, Jerome. (2011, July 19). A History of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act. Center for American Progress. www.americanprogress.org/issues/lgbtq-rights/news/2011/07/19/10006/a-history-of-the-employment-non-discrimination-act/
Milestones in the American Gay Rights Movement. (n.d.). American Experience, PBS. www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/features/stonewall-milestones-american-gay-rights-movement/
Stonewall Riots. (n.d.). History.com. www.history.com/topics/gay-rights/the-stonewall-riots
- Totenberg, Nina. (2020, June 15). Supreme Court Delivers Major Victory to LGBTQ Employees. NPR. www.npr.org/2020/06/15/863498848/supreme-court-delivers-major-victory-to-lgbtq-employees
- Walsh, Colleen. (2019, June 27). Stonewall Then and Now. The Harvard Gazette. www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/story/2019/06/harvard-scholars-reflect-on-the-history-and-legacy-of-the-stonewall-riots
Primary Source List
Review the following primary sources on LGBTQ+ history and select two that most closely support your research question.
If you are not finding a secondary or primary source that has the information you need, you are welcome to use sources from outside of this list.
You can also return to the course concepts related to your topic for links to the primary and secondary sources referenced in the instruction.