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Two historians, Jonathan Ned Katz and Tavia Nyong’o, present and analyze the story and visual depiction of Peter Sewally/Mary Jones, a Black transgender person in New York City, in 1836.
“No Red-Baiting! No Race-Baiting! No Queen-Baiting!” is a 90-minute illustrated talk narrated by the late Allan Bérubé on the Marine Cooks and Stewards Union. The talk tells the surprising and inspiring story of how ship stewards and other workers…
The Las Vegas OutHistory project This exhibit was a winner of OutHistory's 2010 Since Stonewall community history contest!
Profiles of LGBT social justice activists with artifacts from the collection of Richard Wilson.
LGBTQ life at Penn State.
Containing unique items from the personal collection of Rich Wilson, this exhibit focuses on 19th-century queer experience in the United States.
A collection of biographies written by the students in Dr. Catherine Jacquet's trans*, gender non-conforming, and intersex history class
LGBT Identities, Communities, and Resistance in North Carolina, 1945-2012” is a project produced by thirty-three students from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in partial fulfillment of their requirements for the advanced undergraduate…