Library offers LGBTQ icon display
The LCC Library currently has an LGBTQ1A2+ display. Courtesy photo
By Julie Newell
Editor in Chief
In celebration of LBGTQIA2+ History Month, the LCC library has put up a display. It is located on the second floor of the TLC building and will be up through the end of October.
“The LCC Library is presenting a LGBTQIA2+ icon display … during the month of October,” Library Communication Specialist Abby Tebeau said. “The display consists of posters of LGBTQIA2+ icons selected by The Equity Forum from nominations they received.”
The exhibit was put together by Tebeau and electronic resource librarian Fran Krempasky.
“This display is created annually to celebrate and educate about the LGBTQIA2+ community, as well as to showcase the resources the library has on these subjects,” Tebeau said.
According to Tebeau, the display showcases some of the materials the library offers on the subject including books, e-books and movies.
“The display incorporates physical books we have in our collection, as well as a series of informative posters on some of this year’s icons chosen by The Equity Forum,” Tebeau said.
According to Tebeau the library also recently published a LGBTQIA2+ research guide, which can be found on LCC’s website.
“The display also has a virtual component that allows students to explore the resources from anywhere,” Tebeau said.
To access the virtual component visit LCC’s website.