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Celebrate Pride with HSLIC!

by Jonathan Seyfried on 2022-06-01T00:00:00-06:00 in Health Justice & Equity, Family & Community Care | Comments

June is LGBTQIA+ Pride Month!

The Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center is excited to present a special display for Pride Month. Please visit the second floor of the library to explore health sciences resources connected to LGBTQIA+ topics and make a Pride button. Resources on display include several print books and descriptions of selected e-book titles on LGBTQIA+ topics related to health sciences. To accompany the display, a Pride Virtual Exhibit is available on HSLIC's website with even more information.   

In addition, HSLIC continues to provide our LGBTQIA+ Health Resources Guide updated in June 2021 by Anna Cibils, Library Services Specialist and Nursing student, and Kelleen Maluski, your Student Success & Engagement Librarian. This guide is intended to be used as a resource for researchers, students, and faculty to help them in providing care and conducting appropriate research with the LGBTQIA+ community. The guide has many resources but it also gives contextual information on the various communities represented with this term and regarding our terminology. Use this search thread for a comprehensive list of all titles connected to LGBTQIA+ topics available in our e-book collection.

UNM HSC is planning  Pride Month events to address LGBTQIA+ history and leadership in health sciences. Visit UNM’s LGBTQ Resource Center for more information and events. For a history of the LGBTQIA+ Rights Movement, visit the USC One Archives Foundation.


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