February is upon us and so is the celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) history month.

Join Nottingham Trent University (NTU) as they do their part to promote equality and diversity and raise awareness for the LGBT community.

There will be a range events and displays in and around the university campuses and libraries this month, including LGBT literature and materials available for students to borrow from the library. IMG_2494

The month kicked off with a film screening of melodrama, The Killing of Sister George, which was shown in the university’s Newton Building.

There will be several other film screenings over the next few weeks and a trans activism panel discussion next Monday where guest speakers are invited to talk about their experiences and role within the trans activism and LGBT community.

LGBT club night Neon also returns to the Student Union on the city campus site since its launch last term and will be hosted alongside NTU Pride.

Ella Stevens, a student at NTU said: “I think it’s great that Neon is coming back and I’m glad to know the university is doing its part to celebrate LGBT history month.”

For more information head to: http://www.trentstudents.org/events