United in Anger: A History of ACT UP Study Guide

This resource is for educators who would like to use the documentary United in Anger: A History of ACT UP. Even if the film (available for purchase) or subject does not speak directly to your course content or goals, there are several excellent ideas for activities and discussion questions that could be adapted for courses that look at related themes including TLGBQ history and issues, social justice, political organizing and grassroots activism, and the AIDS epidemic.

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Openly licensed but not OER - Look out for restrictions on modification and/or redistribution.United in Anger provides resources that are openly licensed but not OER. The film itself is available for a fee.