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Youth in Motion

Since 2008, Youth In Motion has provided free LGBTQ themed movies, with accompanying curricula and action guides, to student clubs and educators in middle and high schools. More than 500 schools registered over the past five years in the state of California, and we are pleased to announce the nationalization of Youth in Motion!

Youth in Motion gives student activists and teachers interactive tools to educate their peers about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender history and culture (and have fun doing it!). We believe that an inclusive curriculum is one step to creating truly safe and welcoming schools.

Youth in Motion’s DVD release, Insights: Queer Youth Defining Our Future, includes short films representing a range of LGBT youth experiences—from authentic self-expression to classmate crushes to films that delve into the dangers of bullying. The collection comes with a Curriculum Guide so that teachers can use these films in their everyday teaching, as well as a fabulous Action Guide to help build student leadership and activist skills. There is a limited supply of this collection available free of charge, so please register as soon as possible!

Register for our 2013-2014 collection »

In addition to our new title, California middle and high school student clubs still have access to our eight previous films, completely free of charge. Schools outside of California can also register for our free new release, and can receive previous films from the Youth in Motion collection for just $25 each!

Contact youthinmotion@frameline.org for more info.


Quick Links:

  Browse Films & Curriculum Guides »

  Read Testimonials »

  Take the Youth In Motion Survey »





Youth in Motion is made possible in part with the generous support of:


Youth In Motion is presented in partnership with GSA Network.

Learn how to talk about tough issues in classrooms through resources created by HRC's Welcoming SchoolsSFUSD and HUSD »

Working to reduce bias-based bullying and violence in schools and to help schools better meet the needs of sexual minority youth and children with sexual minority parents/guardians.