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Writer and journalist HADLEY STEWART details the important role LGBT History Month can play in the education system

I BELIEVE FEBRUARY IS the most important month for our community because LGBT History Month, run by the charity Schools OUT, allows queer people across the country to come together and remember those who fought their way along the road towards equality. What’s more, we’re able to reflect on the work of these inspirational activists, allow their original dreams to thrive and push forward into the future.

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