LGBTQ+ rights posters offer glimpse into 60 years of activism
ONE Archives at USC Libraries recently digitized over 4,200 posters and demonstration signs spanning the 1950s to the 2010s. View them here.
“The more LGBTQ+ voices that are out there, the more the rest of the world can’t ignore them anymore.”Loni Shibuyama, librarian and archivist at ONE Archives
LGBTQ+ Events at USC
Pride Month Celebration
Join President Carol L. Folt in celebration of Pride Month and explore the month’s theme “All Out With Pride.”
Lambda LGBTQ+ Pride Kickoff
Join USC Lambda LGBTQ+ Alumni Association Thursday, June 1 @ 5:00pm at the Moreton Fig Patio.
Pride Month Flag Raising at USC Keck
Join Keck Pride at the Keck Hospital of USC Fountain to raise the LGBTQ+ Pride Flag.
USC News stories
- Americans are united on core principles like the importance of public education and parental involvement, but diverge on the details, a new USC study suggests.
- The sisterhood-themed Cypher Summit — presented by the USC Kaufman School of Dance and USC Visions and Voices — will mark Women’s History Month with dance performances and a party.
- People across all demographics could change their minds when they learned about the environmental benefits of seafood farming, USC research suggests.
- A USC study shows how cycles of a fasting-mimicking diet reduce insulin resistance, liver fat, immune system aging and biological age in clinical trial patients.
- For future, current and former presidents, the road to and from the White House often leads through Trojan territory.
- Two USC Rossier doctoral graduates opened their hearts — and their school — after the deadly wildfire leveled Lahaina and disrupted education in West Maui.
Voices Across Campus
Pride Month 2022 Reflections
Students, faculty and staff share personal reflections about finding and building community.
A guide to life at USC as a LGBT+ student
Trojan 360’s Adriana Bernal Martinez talks about how to find your people at USC.
USC Alum is raising voices
JP Karliak ’03 launched Queer Vox to bring authenticity to a growing number of LGBTQ+ characters in animation and video games.
Q&A: Informed youth, optimism best defense against new threats to LGBTQ+ rights
Theodore Burnes of USC Rossier reflects on how to foster productive conversations on LGBTQ+ subjects and methods to better support LGBTQ+ students and youth.