LGBT Prejudice from Past to Present

Teacher and student in interview

Press play below to hear a teacher and student at Kirkcaldy High School in Scotland share their experience of what it is like being LGBT in the past and today and the key things that have helped to combat and deal with Prejudice in their communities and as individuals.

A big thank you to the LGBT group at Kirkcaldy High School for all their support in the development of the Action on Prejudice Website and kindly volunteering for this interview.

Also a huge thank you to one our Youth Steering group members for taking the lead in planning, recording and editing this interview.



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