LGBT+ History Month

1 - 28 February

Peace, Reconciliation and Activism

Celebrate with us and support a month of workshops, activities and events.


Let's share our LGBT+ History Month experience, stories and pictures on social media throughout the week by tagging @kclsu and using the hashtag #LGBTHM2019

LGBTI+ 2019


We have a number of planned events to look forward to. There are See all events

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Make sure you use the hashtag #LGBTHM2019 and follow the news and events!
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The four faces of LGBT+ 2019

Marielle Franco

The black lesbian feminist and human rights activist murdered last year in her “favela” advocating for women’s rights and the black LGBT self-identified women community.

Magnus Hirschfeld

Arguably Europe’s first advocate for LGBT rights, whose film Anders als die Andern (Different from the Others) was released in 1919.

Robert Graves

Most famous for his autobiographical work Goodbye to All That as well as I Claudius

Marsha P. Johnson

Trans community activist. One of the most famous faces from the Stonewall Riots, who is thought by many to be have been murdered.