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Philadelphia Museum of Art celebrating 40th anniversary of the Rainbow Flag
A Rainbow Flag to be installed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, to mark the 40th anniversary of iconic design created by Gilbert Baker. On Wednesday, pay-what-you-wish admission night at the museum, there will be a party to celebrate the Rainbow Flag – with cake!
June 23, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
Yonge St. construction unveils heritage landmark, stirs memories of Toronto’s complicated LGBTQ history
A condo development at Yonge and Grosvenor Sts. has revealed the firehall tower at the old St. Charles Tavern, and LGBTQ landmark.
June 22, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
What I learned about gay pride from the Mattachine Society
Gay pride is a daily protest.
June 22, 2018
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   #GayPride
   #LGBTHistory
You Could Be in a Gay Bar Right Now and Not Even Know It
A lesbian bar from the 1920s. A “fairy den” from the 1890s. An Ecstasy-fueled disco from the 1990s. Celebrating the hidden places in Manhattan where gay night life once flourished.
June 22, 2018
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   #GayBars
   #LGBTHistory
New York Today: Can You Help Tell Stonewall’s Story? 
Wednesday: A call for gay rights memorabilia, a pop-up culture hub in Inwood, and local figures in L.G.B.T. history.
June 20, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
SF Bay Times celebrates 40th anniversary, unity between gay and lesbian communities
The San Francisco Bay Times was founded forty years ago by gay men and women — together. That was an intentional focus for the small, local LGBT newspaper, said current »
June 20, 2018
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   #GaySpa
   #LGBTHistory
   #Lesbian
The Gay 'Sip-In' that Drew from the Civil Rights Movement to Fight Discrimination
An NYC bar moved the gay community forward by refusing them service in 1966.
June 19, 2018
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   #GayBars
   #LGBTHistory
As plans take shape for national LGBT museum, Islanders reflect on local history
As plans for the country's first LGBT museum take shape in Ottawa, some Islanders are taking stock of what possible contributions might come from P.E.I., and reflecting on how far they've come.
June 18, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
Jim Toy Made LGBT History – and He's Not Done Fighting
In 1971, Jim Toy founded the Human Sexuality Office at the University of Michigan with lesbian activist Cyndi Gair: an LGBT first. Now aged 88, he's still fighting for equality.
June 17, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
Canada Finally Has A Queer Heritage Minute
There’s no need to explain to Canadians how important Heritage Moments are to the national psyche. The one minute videos, which have been made since the 90s by Historica Canada, teach us our nation's history and have burned Canadian incidents that easily could have been lost to time into our minds—who can ever forget ”I smell burned toast!” And while it’s an admittedly extremely watered down and w...
June 15, 2018
   #GayCanada
   #LGBTHistory
Celebrate Pride Month With a Look Back at LGBTQ TV History
New shows like Pose and Star Trek: Discovery are breaking new ground on the small screen
June 12, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
New Heritage Minute tells story of LGBT couple's fight for legal recognition
Historica Canada and the Canadian Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity will unveil the first Heritage Minute about the struggle for LGBT rights at the Glad Day bookstore Tuesday evening.
June 12, 2018
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   #GayBooks
   #LGBTHistory
LGBT Pride Month 2018: 50 Gay Rights Movement Pioneers You Need to Know
Who are these pioneers? What did they do and why does it matter? We rounded up 50 amazing pioneers of the LGBT rights movement in commemoration of Pride.
June 10, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
Gay Rainbow Flag Symbol And Gilbert Baker LGBTQ History
A brief history of how rainbows became The Symbol of LGBTQ+ pride.
June 09, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
At Philadelphia's first gay pride march, people were 'jeering at us and booing' 
The organizers risked their jobs, lives, and safety to hold the 1972 march.
June 07, 2018
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   #GayPride
   #LGBTHistory
REVIEW: 'San Diego's Gay Bar History' is an important, eye-opening LGBT documentary
The history of San Diego’s LGBT community is explored in Paul Detwiler’s “San Diego's Gay Bar History.”From The Sky Room at the top of The Cortez Hotel to the closing of Numbers to the renovations at The Brass Rail (now The Rail), this documentary covers over 60-years of San Diego’s LGBT night life.Today, everyone can go out on the weekend, go dancing at Rich’s or Urban Mo’s, catch a drag show sta...
June 05, 2018
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   #GayBars
   #LGBTHistory
New York Tour1 Offers an LGBT History Themed Tour to Benefit The Stonewall Inn Give Back Initiative as Part of Pride 2018
New York Tour 1 will be offering a special LGBTQ history themed tour this month in celebration of Pride. Beyond Stonewall: The LGBTQ History tour will explore the origins of the Gay Rights Movement on the historic streets of Greenwich Village. This 2-hour tour will highlight the storied landmarks of New York’s diverse LGBT community, from the Stonewall Inn to the Gay Liberation Monument.
June 01, 2018
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   #GayPride
   #LGBTHistory
Reflections On New Orleans’ Histories
The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) presents Changing Course: Reflections on New Orleans Histories, an exhibition that celebrates the New Orleans Tricentennial by bringing together a group of seven contemporary art projects that focus on forgotten or marginalized histories of the city. Projects by artists Katrina Andry, Willie Birch, Lesley Dill, L. Kasimu Harris, Skylar Fein, The Everyday Projec...
June 01, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
8 things you didn't know about LGBT history in NYC
The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project has put together eight things you probably don't know about LGBT history in New York City.
May 31, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
How the Rainbow Became Associated with Gay Rights
This June, you might notice an increasing number of rainbow flags around town. June is LGBT pride month in the United States, so it’s likely this multi-colored symbol will be more prevalent than usual. But how did the rainbow come to be associated with LGBT rights in the first place?
May 22, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
LGBTQ Publisher, Journalist and Pioneer Mark Segal Donates Collection to National Museum of American History
Donation Includes Stonewall-Era Objects and Artifacts From the First Gay Pride Celebration - The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History will receive a donation from Mark Segal—publisher, activist, journalist, civil rights pioneer and national LGBTQ leader— documenting his almost 50-year career in LGBTQ activism from Stonewall to today.
May 18, 2018
   #GayPhilly
   #LGBTHistory
'Mattachine' podcast recounts essential gay history, including a Chicago society's pioneering role
Chicagoan Devlyn Camp is host and producer of the 10-episode "Mattachine" podcast, which charts gay history in Chicago and across the United States.
May 16, 2018
   #GayChicago
   #LGBTHistory
NYC LGBT History Has Been In Shadows, This Project Maps It Out
The NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project has found hundreds of real places in all five boroughs tied to LGBT history from the 17th century to 2000s
May 15, 2018
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   #LGBTHistory
How ‘217 Boxes’ Reveals John E. Fryer, the Man in the Mask Who Changed LGBT Rights Forever
A new play explores the life and legacy of Dr. John E. Fryer, whose brave 1972 speech led to the American Psychiatric Association declassifying homosexuality as a mental disorder.
May 06, 2018
   #GayNYC
   #GayTheatre
   #LGBTHistory



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