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LGBTQ Studies: Documentaries and Film

This guide provides access to multidisciplinary resources in LGBTQ Studies.

Featured Resource

Streaming Videos on Services to LGBTQ Communities


From the Counseling and Therapy in Video Collection

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Counseling Gay and Lesbian People of Color: Multiple Identities: Part 2 (Alexander Street Press, 2011) 32:55 mins

Queer Theory in Action: Theoretical Resources for Therapeutic Conversations, Part One (Alexander Street Press, 2011) 111:11 mins

Larkin Street stories. Episode 1, The homeless LGBT experience. Rockville, MD : Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Homelessness Resource Center, 2011. STREAMING VIDEO

Introduces the staff and clients of Larkin Street Youth Services, a shelter for homeless youth in San Francisco, and covers its programs for those rejected by family because of their sexual identities. Provides statistics for behaviors and crises experienced by LGBTQ homeless youth. Features comments by Toby Eastman and Loch McHale, the center's Chief of Programs and Director of Services, and their teen and young adult clients.

Larkin Street stories. Episode 2, Confronting hate speech and homophobia. Rockville, MD : Homelessness Resource Center, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 2011. STREAMING VIDEO

Covers the reactions and tactics of staff at Larkin Street Youth Services, a shelter for homeless youth in San Francisco, in response to tense interactions of young, homeless, LGBT clients in a group counseling session. Features comments by Toby Eastman, the center's Chief of Programs.


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