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Family Pride

Family Pride

Centennial College encourages families to explore this page for a selection of helpful resources about Pride and topics related to 2SLGBTQQIA+ inclusion for all ages! Be sure to watch the Drag Queen Story hour recorded especially for the Centennial community.

Parent and Child Pride Resources

Children’s Drag Queen Story Hour

See what Priyanka's up to on Instagram and Facebook.

Family Pride Fridays

Tune in each week for family Pride programming on Fridays through June from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m. Events include ASL interpretation.

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Pop’n’Olly – Free and Fun Educational Series

Pop'n'Olly is a free resource for children, parents and teachers, providing LGBT+ educational videos, which teach about equality and diversity. The channel aims to combat discrimination as well as encourage acceptance in regards to love, kindness and respect.

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Sam’s Story

Sam's Story is a powerful short film about what it feels like to grow up transgender featuring a beautiful new cover of Roxette's classic 'Listen to your Heart'. Learn more about Sam and support our mission to stop transphobia before it starts.

Vicks India

The story of Gauri Sawant is featured in this Vicks India commercial.

UN Free & Equal: The Lesson

Every day, lesbian, gay, bi, trans (LGBT) and intersex kids – and other children seen as defying gender stereotypes - are bullied at school, at home and in their community. Bullying can take many forms – from taunting and name-calling to violence.

Learning Our LGBTs! – Queer Kid Stuff

Lindsay and Teddy talk about the letters in LGBT in part 1 of a 4 part series for children.

12 books by Canadian LGBTQ writers for younger readers

Check out CBC Books' list of YA, middle-grade and picture books by Canadian LGBTQ writers.

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16 Great LGBTQIA+ Books for Kids and Teens

These books aren’t just for families with a direct connection to LGBTQIA+ issues; everyone can benefit from these books' messages of unconditional love and acceptance.

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