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2SLGBTQ+ Resources

This guide provides access to resources on 2SLGBTQ+ issues in Canada and NS, as well as statistics and links to community organizations. It was developed in consultation with NSCC's Office of Diversity and Inclusion.

Welcome

Diversity and Inclusion are core values at the Nova Scotia Community College.NSCC at 2019 Halifax Pride Parade.  Large group of people wearing purple Pride t-shirts, sitting in front of a parade float. Signs on the float read Community, Together, Empower, Belong, and Proud.

Diversity - We are intentional in our efforts to build diversity as a core strength. We recognize diversity of knowledge, worldview and experience as an asset and a key driver of success in advancing innovation, creativity and excellence.

Inclusion - We are committed to creating a culture of genuine inclusion that is free from discrimination and harassment and where our students, employees and the communities we serve are treated with fairness, dignity and respect.

Video

LGBTQ | How You See Me. By SoulPancake (2016). YouTube.

People have been talking ABOUT the LGBTQ community, so we decided to talk with them to learn from their experiences. Tell us, how does the world see YOU?

 

The play within: An LGBTQ documentary. (2017). Films on Demand. (NSCC W# and password required)

This film presents the premiere of the stage adaption of the award winning film, The Play Within, an emotional and issue-focused fictional drama based on the lives of two real people and their tragic, untimely deaths. The play is followed by an audience talkback and a wide-ranging discussion by psychiatrists, social service providers, clergy, and others who illuminate the history, evolution, and current circumstances that face the LGBTQ community.

The LGBTQ+ experience in Canada. Video collection from Curio.ca. (NSCC W# and password required)

From the court battles of the past to the growing awareness of gender identity issues today, the stories in this collection highlight some of the challenges and realities within LGBTQ+ communities in Canada today.

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