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  NCLR hails President Biden's signing of Executive Order addressing LGBTQ workplace discrimination

--From a NCLR press release

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Today, Joseph R. Biden was inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States after campaigning on a platform that advocated for the strongest protections for LGBTQ individuals in the history of ...


 
Research-shows-racial-bias-denied-social-reformer-Ada-S-McKinley-her-due-in-history

  Research shows racial bias denied social reformer Ada S. McKinley her due in history

--From a press release

(Jan. 19, 2021; Chicago, Ill.) Newly released scholarly research about Chicago social reformer Ada S. McKinley indicates her contributions to Chicago and to the field of human services have been ignored and marginalized due to her ...


 
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  Jonathan David Katz awarded Andrew W. Mellon grant

--From a Wrightwood 659 press release

(CHICAGO, IL— Jan. 15, 2021) Wrightwood 659 congratulates our friend, curator, and collaborator, Jonathan David Katz on the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation's announcement of a $5,000,000 award for the proposal"Dispossessions ...


 
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  Gov. Pritzker releases statement on impeachment of President Trump

--From a press release

Springfield — Governor JB Pritzker issued the following statement following the second impeachment of President Trump. "For the first time in United States history, a sitting President has been impeached on two separate occasions by the ...


 
Chicago-Dance-History-Projects-Interview-Marathon-on-Jan-31-

  Chicago Dance History Project's Interview Marathon on Jan. 31

Chicago Dance History Project (CDHP) has confirmed the lineup and schedule for its Interview Marathon on Sunday, Jan. 31, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Interviewees will appear live from international locations and ...


 
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  Georgia elects Rev. Warnock and Jon Ossoff, NCLR comments

--From a press release

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Last night, Georgia voters made history by electing Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff to represent the Southern state in the United States Senate. Rev. Warnock's election is truly historic as he ...


 
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  Chicago History Museum partners with ALMA in new 'OUT at CHM' series

The Chicago History Museum announced a new partnership with the local LGBTQ+ group Association of Latinos/as/x Motivating Action (ALMA). This partnership is the culmination of a longstanding collaboration with OUT at CHM and will highlight the ...


 
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  Lamont Robinson fundraiser with Chasten Buttigieg on Dec. 9

Lamont Robinson, Jr.—a Chicago business owner and insurance agent who became the first openly gay Black state legislator in Illinois history, and who is running for a second term representing the 5th District in the Illinois ...


 
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  334 out LGBTQ candidates won elected office in 2020; most of any election year

--From a press release

Washington, DC — More openly LGBTQ candidates won elected office in 2020 than in any other election year in United States history. As of today, a total of 334 out LGBTQ candidates won their races out ...


 
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  Chicago native becomes first Black cardinal; has pro-LGBTQ history

On Nov. 28, Pope Francis formally elevated 13 new cardinals in a ceremony, including Chicago native Wilton Daniel Gregory, who is the archbishop of Washington D.C. Gregory, 73, is the first African-American cardinal. He told the ...


 
ELECTIONS-2020-Presidential-contest-stays-tight-LGBTQs-make-history-UPDATES

  ELECTIONS 2020 Presidential contest stays tight; LGBTQs make history (UPDATES)

As of 11 p.m. on Election Night (Nov. 3), the race for U.S. president between Joe Biden and current Chief Executive Donald Trump was considered too close to call. Biden was projected to win Illinois. The ...


 
Sarah-McBride-of-Delaware-first-trans-State-Senator-in-US-history-

  Sarah McBride of Delaware first trans State Senator in U.S. history

Washington, DC — Today LGBTQ Victory Fund endorsed candidate Sarah McBride won her election for the Delaware state Senate, becoming the first out transgender person ever elected to a state senate seat anywhere in the United ...


 
LGBTQ-HISTORY-Century-of-Gay-Rumors-Surround-Miamis-Iconic-Vizcaya-Estate

  LGBTQ HISTORY: Century of Gay Rumors Surround Miami's Iconic Vizcaya Estate

An opulent manse in Miami, James Deering's Vizcaya has played host to many a wedding, elaborate engagement shoot, and field trips of schoolchildren learning about Miami's past. But it also played a prominent role in local ...


 
LGBT-HISTORY-The-Intersection-Of-LGBTQ-History-And-Disability

  LGBT HISTORY: The Intersection Of LGBTQ History And Disability

Disabled people have long been hidden from history, and unsurprisingly, disabled LGBTQ historical figures too have been hidden. The LGBTQ community itself has been slow to address disability as an issue, yet some of the most ...


 
LGBT-HISTORY-SF-house-includes-Joplin-Log-Cabin-Republicans-in-its-history-

  LGBT HISTORY: SF house includes Joplin, Log Cabin Republicans in its history

The day Peggy Caserta took acid for the first time changed her life — and that of San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood — forever. "They told me it'd help me learn a book I was reading for ...


 
Inclusive-curriculum-tools-offered-to-schools-during-LGBTQ-History-Month-

  Inclusive curriculum tools offered to schools during LGBTQ History Month

--From a press release

October is LGBTQ History Month, and a coalition of LGBTQ organizations are celebrating by making tools available to school administrators, educators, youth, and families to help implement the state's new Inclusive Curriculum Law. The Illinois Inclusiv ...


 
LGBT-HISTORY-Surviving-the-Silence-The-Unexpected-Story-of-Col-Pat-Thompson

  LGBT HISTORY: Surviving the Silence, The Unexpected Story of Col. Pat Thompson

In 1989, U.S. Army Col. Margarethe (Grethe) Cammermeyer was undergoing a routine security clearance interview when she said four simple words, "I am a lesbian." At the time, she was a highly decorated nurse and war ...


 
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  LGBT HISTORY: QAnon's 'SaveOurChildren' slogan has long anti-LGBT history

Model and cookbook author Chrissy Teigen recently shared devastating news with her social media followers: she and her husband, singer John Legend, had lost their child halfway through her pregnancy. She shared heartbreaking black-and-white photos of ...


 
LGBT-HISTORY-MONTH-SF-supe-vows-to-landmark-Lyon-Martin-house

  LGBT HISTORY MONTH: SF supe vows to landmark Lyon-Martin house

A San Francisco supervisor has vowed to landmark the home where the late lesbian pioneering couple Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin lived throughout most of their 54 years together. Historic preservationists, friends of the couple, and ...


 
Campus-Pride-announces-2020-Best-of-the-Best-LGBTQ-friendly-colleges-universities

  Campus Pride announces 2020 Best of the Best LGBTQ-friendly colleges, universities

--From a press release

Campus Pride commemorates LGBTQ History Month and National Coming Out Day by releasing its 2020 BEST OF THE BEST LGBTQ-Friendly listing of colleges and universities. The announcement features forty campuses ...


 
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  Legacy Walk inducts singers Mercury and Sylvester

Musicians Freddie Mercury and Sylvester became the latest inductees onto the Legacy Walk, the Northalsted landmark functioning as an open-air museum paying tribute to notable members of the LGBTQ community. Thanks to the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, ...


 
WGN-TV-features-the-life-and-times-of-Windy-City-Times

  WGN-TV features the life and times of Windy City Times

Video link below

WGN-TV produced and aired on Oct. 9 a segment on the history and contributions of Windy City Times, co-founder/owner Tracy Baim, staff, contributors and delivery crew. The segment was reported by WGN's Sean Lewis. Windy City ...


 
History-initiative-pairs-NYC-and-LA-LGBTQ-groups

  History initiative pairs NYC and LA LGBTQ groups

--From a press release

Organizations from two cities rich in LGBT history, New York City and Los Angeles, are teaming up for the annual social media event #MuseumInstaSwap. Tomorrow (Tuesday, Oct. 6), the NYC LGBT ...


 
LGBTQ-HISTORY-MONTH-United-States-Naval-Academy-evolves-with-LGBTQ-acceptance

  LGBTQ HISTORY MONTH: United States Naval Academy evolves with LGBTQ acceptance

By Jeremy Rodriguez

Before graduating from the United States Naval Academy in 1985, Paula Neira had difficulties accepting she was trans. "I was fighting this internal battle, but asking for help would've gotten me kicked out," Neira said. ...


 
LGBTQ-HISTORY-MONTH-Nizah-Morris-case-a-seventeen-year-saga-for-transparency-

  LGBTQ HISTORY MONTH: Nizah Morris case a seventeen-year saga for transparency

This month marks the 65th birthday of Nizah Morris. It's difficult to believe that Nizah would be a senior citizen if she were alive today. She was born on Oct. 19, 1955. So much has changed since her tragic death in ...


 
LGBTQ-HISTORY-MONTH-My-Notorious-RBG-moment

  LGBTQ HISTORY MONTH My Notorious RBG moment

In the 1990s, the U.S. Senate was attempting in every possible way to censor this new thing called the internet. The senators soon came up with an idea to stop information that might be objectionable to ...


 
Author-academic-John-DEmilio-on-new-book-future-endeavors

  Author/academic John D'Emilio on new book, future endeavors

Queer Legacies: Stories from Chicago's LGBTQ Archives is a new book by Gerber/Hart Library and Archives President and University of Illinois at Chicago History and Women's and Gender Studies Professor Emeritus John ...


 
Windy-City-Times-Quite-the-ride

  Windy City Times: Quite the ride

The information superhighway… That old synonym for the internet (conjuring up days of AOL Instant Messenger and really loud modems) served as my entry into Windy City Times—way back in 1995. Two friends suggested that I ...


 
30-Under-30-Awards-2000-2019

  30 Under 30 Awards 2000-2019

Honoring local LGBTQ people 30 and younger who excelled in entertainment, politics, health, activism, academics, sports and other areas, Windy City Times' 30 Under 30 Awards ceremonies, which started in 2000, were held during Pride Month. ...


 
Windy-City-Times-Making-35

  Windy City Times: Making 35

The internecine battles of the gay community are legendary. They are not limited to Chicago, or to any one segment of the community. And the gay media have certainly not been immune to these growing pains ...


 
LGBTQI-Media-The-Long-Haul

  LGBTQI Media: The Long Haul

Working in the LGBTQI press should probably be measured in dog years. Right-wing threats, death and destruction, physical assaults, robberies, property destruction, and that's not to mention the internal struggles ...


 
Windy-City-Times-Serving-a-community

  Windy City Times: Serving a community

Our ship will come in. Those are the words Tracy and I used to say all the time. Well, she'd say it and later during a particular rough time, I'd ask: "So, where's the damn ship??" I started with the company ...


 
My-life-at-Windy-City-Times-

  My life at Windy City Times

I came into LGBT media completely by accident, having begun as editorial assistant at Windy City Times' competitor Chicago Free Press in 2005. I had done a favor for CFP's managing editor, Louis Weisberg, and he ...


 
The-Passing-Parade-Cultural-Reporting-in-an-Age-of-Heroes

  The Passing Parade: Cultural Reporting in an Age of Heroes

There are several large plastic storage bins in my office filled with stacks of clippings of articles I wrote for the Chicago gay and lesbian newspapers GayLife, Windy City Times and Outlines during the 1980s and ...


 
Lessons-learned

  Lessons learned

For most of my life, I've had a print paper, a physical product, to show for my efforts each week. I've got far too many copies of Outlines, Windy City Times and even Stars & Stripes, where I worked for many ...


 
Job-well-done

  Job well done

Because I was once quite the gay-press guy, and that began in Chicago, they asked me for 600-800 words. I wrote some drafts but in the end, all that's needed is a few sentences: The paper version of the venerable Windy City Times ...


 
The-Times-We-Wrote-About-The-gift-of-Windy-City-Times

  The Times We Wrote About: The gift of Windy City Times

"I feel like we're living in times people write about," Matt said as we walked home from the train, dusk settling into Brooklyn for the night. I didn't know what he meant. It was 2008. From where I was standing, everything ...


 
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  Trudy Ring, Outlines/Nightlines 1992-1996

I wonder if Tracy Baim knows what a difference she's made in my life. Tracy gave me opportunities at the time I needed them, and those opportunities have had great significance for my journalism career ...


 
Kirk-Williamson-Telling-stories

  Kirk Williamson: Telling stories

Many of you might know me only through my byline on the masthead or, if you're a bit older (and drunker), by my time in the bars as editor of Nightspots. Hey, I WAS that guy from the magazine. But if you have never ...


 
Windy-City-Times-in-print-1985-2020

  Windy City Times in print 1985-2020

Windy City Times' first issue was Sept. 26, 1985. The staff was primarily from GayLife newspaper, which had been around since the 1970s and lasted until 1986. From the start, WCT focused heavily on Chicago-area HIV/AIDS ...


 
Outlines-1987-2000

  Outlines 1987-2000

Outlines newspaper started the first week of June 1987. Tracy Baim and most of the staff of Windy City Times left to launch Outlines after major disagreements in personality and goals. Outlines started as a weekly, ...


 
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  BLACKlines 1996-2004, En la Vida 1996-2004, Identity 2004-2006

BLACKlines newspaper started in February 1996, and remained a monthly newspaper produced by Outlines for many years. It started after Robert Ford of Thing 'zine died. A Black gay man, Ford had created a wonderful queer ...


 
Brad-Edwards-talks-investigative-journalism-coming-out-making-history

  Brad Edwards talks investigative journalism, coming out, making history

Television journalist Brad Edwards has accomplished much in his life, such as winning multiple awards and including serving on the board of directors at the YWCA, whose goal is to "empower women and eliminate racism." However, ...


 
Gay-history-podcast-has-new-host-Studs-Terkel

  Gay history podcast has new host: Studs Terkel

For four years, Eric Marcus has been the voice of Making Gay History, introducing listeners to both the infamous and the overlooked of LGBTQ history through his extensive personal archive of audio interviews. But for the ...


 
Justice-Ruth-Bader-Ginsburg-was-an-important-voice-for-LGBT-people

  Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was an important voice for LGBT people

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the justice with the most pro-LGBT voting record in the history of the court, died Friday following a long struggle with cancer. As hundreds of people gathered on the ...


 
MCA-Chicago-receives-25M-grant-from-Mellon

  MCA Chicago receives $2.5M grant from Mellon

The Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago received a $2.5-million award from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation—the largest in the venue's history. In a statement, the MCA said the grant "will enable the museum to take ...


 
Trans-candidate-McBride-makes-history-again-

  Trans candidate McBride makes history again

Sarah McBride—who, in 2016, was the first openly transgender person to address the Democratic National Convention—made history again with a primary victory, setting her up for her likely win as ...


 
Red-Stars-player-making-history-as-part-of-mens-team

  Red Stars player making history as part of men's team

Forward Yuki Nagasato is heading to Japan, where she will make history as the first woman playing professionally for Hayabusa Eleven, an amateur men's club, as part of the Kanagawa Prefecture League. Nagasato arrived in Chicago ...


 
SHOWBIZ-Star-Trek-Julianne-Moore-benefit-album-To-Wong-Foo

  SHOWBIZ 'Star Trek,' Julianne Moore, benefit album, 'To Wong Foo'

The producers of Star Trek: Discovery announced that next season they will be introducing the first nonbinary and trans characters in the history of the Star Trek franchise, Advocate.com noted. Nonbinary character Adira, played by Blu ...


 
MOVIES-New-documentary-visits-House-of-Cardin

  MOVIES New documentary visits 'House of Cardin'

It took a queer eye to bring the new documentary House of Cardin to life. Husbands and business partners Todd Hughes and P. David Ebersole have directed a history of designer Pierre Cardin. Viewers of the ...


 
American-Art-Awards-names-25-best-American-galleries-museums

  American Art Awards names 25 best American galleries, museums

By Thom Bierdz

This is the 12th anniversary for the American Art Awards organization who decides the 25 Best American Galleries and Museums each May. Decisions are based upon years established, industry reputation, online buzz, location, size, socially relevant ...


 
DANK-Haus-hosts-Gay-Berlin-forum-with-author

  DANK Haus hosts 'Gay Berlin' forum with author

Chicago's DANK Haus German American Cultural Center hosted a virtual discussion event with Dr. Robert Beachy, author of the Randy Shilts Award-winning book Gay Berlin: Birthplace of a Modern Identity, on Aug. 6. The event began ...


 
Driehaus-reopening-in-late-August

  Driehaus reopening in late August

The Driehaus Museum, 40 E. Erie St., will reopen to the public Saturday, Aug. 29. The museum will open for a members-only preview Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 22-23. Patrons are urged to wear face coverings. Also, new health ...


 
Convention-week-will-make-history

  Convention week will make history

There will be a lot of history made at this week's Democratic National Convention. Some will be highly visible — like prime-time closing night speeches by two high-profile LGBT leaders. Some will be totally behind the ...


 
She-the-People-Votes-for-Women-premiering-Aug-17

  "She the People: Votes for Women" premiering Aug. 17

--From a press release

It's incredible that just a century ago, American women had no voice in democracy. It took over 70 years of campaigns, marches, protests and arrests to win the constitutional amendment — and even longer for all ...


 
Biden-selects-Kamala-Harris-as-running-mate-in-historic-move

  Biden selects Kamala Harris as running mate in historic move

Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has selected U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris as his running mate as he makes his own presidential run. Harris has made history as the first Black woman to compete on a ...


 
Gerber-Hart-fall-benefit-Sept-12-13-

  Gerber/Hart fall benefit Sept. 12-13

The Gerber/Hart Library and Archives fall benefit—"Saving LGBTQ History: Archives in a Time of Activism"—will take place Sept. 12-13 at the venue, 6500 N. Clark St. On those days, there will be a series of 90-minute ...


 
MWRD-recognizes-Juneteenth-as-holiday

  MWRD recognizes Juneteenth as holiday

The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) Board of Commissioners unanimously approved plans that will allow employees to recognize Juneteenth as a holiday for the first time. In ...


 
Asha-Ransby-Sporn-talks-building-on-the-anti-racism-movements-legacy

  Asha Ransby-Sporn talks building on the anti-racism movement's legacy

With anti-racism protests happening around the United States, in what some media outlets are saying is the largest movement in this country's history, demands to abolish the police have increasingly been a part of the rallying ...


 
Illinois-Legislative-Black-Caucus-mourns-loss-of-two-civil-rights-leaders

  Illinois Legislative Black Caucus mourns loss of two civil-rights leaders

Springfield, IL-July 22, 2020—The Illinois Legislative Black Caucus (ILBC) joins the country in mourning the loss of two heroes and iconic figures of the civil-rights movement: Congressman John Lewis and Rev. C.T. Vivian. These two men ...


 
Buff-Carmichael-talks-downstate-activism

  Buff Carmichael talks downstate activism

Windy City Times has been featuring remembrances by longtime Springfield-based activist Buff Carmichael, who is also the former publisher of the Prairie Flame newspaper. In this final segment, Carmichael discusses why he was attracted to death ...


 
VIEWPOINTS-All-Boys-Arent-Blue-is-the-audacious-memoir-of-a-Black-queer-man

  VIEWPOINTS 'All Boys Aren't Blue' is the audacious memoir of a Black queer man

George M. Johnson could not have known about this moment in history when he wrote his memoir, All Boys Aren't Blue, but for this white male reader, the sounds of courageous protestors in our streets were ...


 
Civil-rights-icon-Congressman-John-Lewis-dies-at-80-

  Civil-rights icon Congressman John Lewis dies at 80

Congressman John Lewis—who rose from humble beginnings to become an iconic politician and civil-rights activist—has died of pancreatic cancer at age 80, media outlets reported. He died on the same day as civil rights leader the ...


 
Chicago-Marathon-cancelled-for-second-time-in-history

  Chicago Marathon cancelled for second time in history

For the second time in its history, the Chicago Marathon has been cancelled, The Chicago Tribune reported. Organizers announced the 43rd running of the race, scheduled for Sunday, Oct. 11, will not proceed because of the ...


 
Advocates-celebrate-LGBTQ-Inclusive-Curriculum-Law-in-effect-July-1

  Advocates celebrate LGBTQ Inclusive Curriculum Law, in effect July 1

Students in Illinois public schools will learn about the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people in state and national history because of the Inclusive Curriculum Law, which takes effect on July 1, 2020 for ...


 
New-honorees-named-for-Natl-LGBTQ-Wall-of-Honor-at-Stonewall-Inn

  New honorees named for Nat'l LGBTQ Wall of Honor at Stonewall Inn

New York, NY—During last year's 50th anniversary celebrations of the Stonewall Riots, the oldest LGBTQ organization in North America, The International Imperial Court System of the U.S.A, Canada and Mexico, established in 1965, and the oldest ...


 
LETTER-Standing-up-against-racism

  LETTER Standing up against racism

Dear community: June is Pride Month. Over 50 years ago, on June 28, 1969, police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in Greenwich Village. It was one of a long history of raids that the queer community had been regularly ...


 
Mapping-the-Gay-Guides-project-plots-queer-spaces-launches-digital-map

  Mapping the Gay Guides project plots queer spaces, launches digital map

When Eric Gonzaba travels across the United States, he often wonders about the history of the places he passes through — specifically, their queer history. The Cal State Fullerton assistant professor of American studies is the ...


 
Printers-Row-Lit-Fest-officially-cancelled-

  Printers Row Lit Fest officially cancelled

For the first time in its 36-year history, Chicago's Printers Row Lit Fest has been officially canceled. Organizers said the current city and state restrictions around large public gatherings due to COVID-19 made it impossible for ...


 
Howard-Brown-reveals-1M-gift-to-start-fund-

  Howard Brown reveals $1M gift to start fund

Howard Brown Health announced a $1 million gift from George and Juanita Shapen to establish the Gregory Shapen Public Health Fellowship Endowment Fund. The largest private gift Howard Brown has received in its 46-year history, the ...


 
Memories-of-Pride

  Memories of Pride

We asked our readers to share some of their favorite Pride memories from years past. Enjoy our shared history! I never missed a parade and had the feet and stamina to be in heels all day ... so young. You might ...


 
Downstate-activist-Buff-Carmichael-talks-husband-the-Prairie-Flame

  Downstate activist Buff Carmichael talks husband, the Prairie Flame

In the May 27 issue of Windy City Times, in the first of a three-part series, Springfield-based activist Buff Carmichael discussed his early life in Texas and his entry into gay activism in downstate Illinois. In ...


 
PODCASTS-A-Queer-Serial-delves-into-LGBTQ-history

  PODCASTS 'A Queer Serial' delves into LGBTQ history

Devlyn Camp, the host of A Queer Serial podcast, is preparing for season two, continuing the stories of milestones in LGBTQ history before the Stonewall Riots. The show explores the world of lost LGBTQ history through ...


 
TELEVISION-Marvels-first-openly-trans-actor-on-Pride-BLM-and-Hollywood

  TELEVISION Marvel's first openly trans actor on Pride, BLM and Hollywood

Zach Barack made cinematic history as Marvel's first openly trans actor in the 2019 film Spider-Man: Far from Home. He talked with Windy City Times about his experiences in Hollywood, his stand-up comedy, current social issues ...


 
Leaders-in-LGBTQ-history-documentation-interpretation-outreach-create-fact-sheet

  Leaders in LGBTQ history documentation, interpretation, outreach create fact sheet

NEW YORK, NY — Tuesday, June 23, 2020 — The Stonewall 50 Consortium, Making Gay History, NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project, New York Public Library, GLSEN, National Parks Conservation Association, and the ONE Archives Foundation announce ...


 





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