Stonewall National Education Project

Stonewall National Education Project (SNEP), the education program of Stonewall National Museum & Archives, shares and implements strategies for LGBTQ-inclusive policies, inclusive practices, and curriculum through a national network of educators. As an advocate for the safety, inclusion, and value of LGBTQ students, SNEP focuses on centering the most vulnerable of LGBTQ students, with a focus on improving student achievement, attendance, and graduation rates.

Culminating in an annual three-day symposium that gathers more than 60 school districts from across the US, school district administrators and board members, educators and representatives from state departments of education, federal agencies, national and regional advocacy organizations, and community organizers doing work around LGBTQ+ youth are invited to attend.

Stonewall National Education Project also generates LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum and learning tools for high school environments that are available for purchase and distribution through grant-funded initiatives. Curriculum topics have included: LGBTQ Inclusive Curriculum, The Day of Silence, Diversity: LGBT History Month and Beyond, Hispanic Heritage: Familia, Tradicíon, Música, and The Orlando 49: Documenting the Orlando Tragedy and Its Consequences.

Many thanks to everyone who joined us for SNEP 2022 on April 14-16! It was fantastic to be here at the Stonewall National Museum and Archives with you all. 

Workshop proposals for SNEP 2023 will open up this fall. For reference, please see our 2022 Program. 

Join our Stonewall National Education Project liserve to receive updates about SNEP virtual programming, and to be ready for SNEP 2023!
If you’re interested in learning more about SNEP’s 2022 Inclusive Curriculum Conference, email the Director of SNEP, Bex Mui, she/her, at

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Stonewall is grateful to the following funders for their support of our operations and programs.

Funding for this organization is provided in part by the Board of County Commissioners of Broward County, Florida, As recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.

This project is sponsored in part by the Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the Florida Council of Arts and Culture and the State of Florida.
Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed by Stonewall National Museum & Archives, do not necessarily represent those of Florida Humanities of the National Endowment for the Humanities.