Days of Rage : a Digital Exhibition of Queer Posters from ACT UP and Beyond

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    ONE Archives Foundation, the oldest active LGBTQ organization in the United States and the largest repository of LGBTQ materials in the world.,  is excited to launch “Days of Rage,” a web-based, multimedia exhibit featuring newly digitized LGBTQ+ activist posters from ONE Archives at the USC Libraries.  This exhibit features 30+ archival posters with … Continue reading

Help complete ‘Dragstrip 66: The Frockumentary : a crucial part of our queer history

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    Trip down the rabbit hole of time to experience Dragstrip 66, a monthly underground nightclub in Silver Lake, Los Angeles that ran for an unprecedented 20 years (1993-2013). Dragstrip 66 was so much more than just a nightclub. It was a wellspring of creativity, it was a community of artists and survivors, and … Continue reading

Inside Le Monocle, the Parisian Lesbian Nightclub of the 1930s

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If you were to hang around Montmartre after sundown in the 1920s & 30s, it’s likely you were looking for something a little more Avant-Garde than what you might find on the Parisian Left Bank. At the time, it was a haven for struggling artists, bohemians, burlesque dancers, and straying husbands as well as a vibrant gay & lesbian community. In Montmartre, they … Continue reading

Make your own personal contribution to the PEOPLES PRIDE PROJECT

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      One of the (many) things that we Londoners are so proud of is that it is steeped in so many historical places, traditions, and institutions yet each one of them have managed to keep relevant to the needs of todays’ society and culture.   The Bishopsgate Institute is one such place. Established in … Continue reading

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