Mimosas by the lake…for a good cause! Partner with the Gay Alliance as we empower tomorrow's local LGBTQ leaders with scholarships and leadership development opportunities. Tickets are $50. Your sponsorship or advertisement sends a powerful message of investment in the
The Shoulders to Stand On documentary will be shown at this following locations very soon! Tuesday, October 6 – Victor Free Library, Victor – 6pm Wednesday, October 7 – Wadsworth library, Geneseo – 6:30pm Tuesday, October 14 – Geneva Library,
Check out the Mike Keefer and David Satcher Award Article, and then see the 2015 Satcher Letter Keefer!
Hello again all! We are preparing materials for an NEH Grant to preserve archival material including photographs – hard copy and digital. Each of you have been in the community a long time, and hopefully will recognize some of the
Shoulders to Stand On A Community Program The GAGV Shoulders To Stand On Program of the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley focuses on documenting and preserving the history of the LGBT Community in the Rochester region and its impact
Shoulders To Stand On State of the Union!!! A year and a half after the Producer’s Premier and the World Premier of Shoulders To Stand On, we are more visible, we are more aware of our successes and our challenges,
Hey everyone! Make sure to check these events out! Shoulders to Stand On Screening The documentary “Shoulders To Stand On: The LGBT History of Rochester NY,” will be screened at MuCCC on Sunday, March 8th at 2 and 7 pm.
Hey all! Check out this awesome event! http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Register-now—LGBTQ-Families-Conference-in-Binghamton-NY.html?soid=1102962934218&aid=w7hhMPOoS6o.
Hey all! Happy new year! Check these events out 🙂 contact the gay alliance for more info! Red Ball A Valentines celebration of community, love and friendship. All are welcome. DJ Chuck Argento, huge raffle, appetizers and dessert, cash bar.
This just in! Shoulders to Stand On Receives Grant from LGBT Giving Circle for Library Initiative to screen the Shoulders To Stand On Documentary in Local Libraries! That means everyone is going to see it, right?