A year-round commitment
At Harvard, we believe that our commitment to diversity, inclusion, and belonging is foundational for every community member's pursuit of excellence. We celebrate queer voices and stories from our community this month, but our pride in our core values is everlasting.Learn more from our Office for Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging
- Stonewall then and now
Harvard scholars reflect on the history and legacy of the milestone queer rebellion triggered by a police raid at a bar in Manhattan.
- Plague wisdom
Learning from queer elders who cared for the dying through the AIDS crisis.
- Witnesses to an uprising
Timothy Patrick McCarthy offers a wide-ranging examination of the 1969 Stonewall uprising.
- Vice Age
Anna Lvovsky chronicles the policing of gay life in the mid-20th century.
- Reckoning with our past
In 1920, a secret Harvard “court” identified and punished gay students.
- AIDS at 40
Gearing up for the endgame of a global scourge.
- Exploring equity: gender and sexuality
The Graduate School of Education’s guide to creating loving spaces in which students of all gender and sexual identities can flourish.
Waiting for queer theology
COVID-19 and LGBTQ+ activism
Alice in Rainbowland
What can educators do?
Mental health benefits associated with gender-affirming surgery
A global look at LGBTQ+ violence and bias
Gender fluidity: What it means and why support matters
Sexuality and the 377 Supreme Court decision in India