The CLGS Video Resource Library is a compliation of CLGS’ various video resources designed to assist scholars, students, faith communities, and activists in their work of advancing the well-being of LGBT people. Here you will find lectures, video clips from our Curriculum Projects, presentations, and more. To view more, please visit the CLGS Vimeo Page.
CLGS is launching this photo campaign to celebrate and uplift the spirituality of trans, genderqueer, gender non-conforming, and LGBQ people. We invite LGBTQ+ people from around the country and the world to join us in affirming and expressing their sacred worth and dignity in the simple & powerful format of writing a brief affirmation on a signboard or large piece of paper about the intersection of your spirituality and your queer and/or trans embodiment and taking a photo with it. Our goal in this campaign is to spread the message to all LGBTQ+ people that your spirituality is precious—find the divine in the ways that are meaningful for you.
Submit a photo to the Divinely Queer Campaign by posting to our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/CLGS.org/
These are recordings from CLGS' bi-annual lecture series as well as lectures and scholarship presentations from various contexts that CLGS has sponsored over the years. More can be viewed at www.vimeo.com/clgs
These are clips from the Umoja Project Curriculum Video. The Umoja Project leads trainings and courses on The Bible, Sexuality & Gender for African-American Faith Communities. For More Information Visit our African American Roundtable resource page.
These are clips from the Pink Elephant Project. The Network on Religion and Justice for LGBTQ Asian Pacific People (NRJ), API Equality -- Northern California and the CLGS API Roundtable collaborated on this one-of-a-kind storytelling and education project with API LGBTQ people of faith.
For More Information Visit: apiequalitync.org/2013/08/30/the-pink-elephant-project/
Clips from the documentary film, Mi Familia, which documents the lives and stories of loving families whose journeys bring them to a place of love and greater acceptance of their LGBT children. This film is a part of the CLGS Latino/a Roundtable's curriculum project for Latino/a families and faith communities.
Mi Familia was produced by the San Diego LGBT Community Center and GoldenLodestar Productions.
For More Information about the film please visit: www.thecentersd.org