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?
What does everyone think about this?? HIV Testing Kits… From A Bathhouse Vending Machine? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/lgbt/ Sharing the Stories of LGBT Youth: Riley, 21, From Philadelphia http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/lgbt/ Here is a useful hotline for you or anyone you know who could use
Hey everyone! in the 1960's there were a number of gay comics. One of those was the Man from A.U.N.T.I.E. – a take off on the Man From uncle TV spy show. Here is a copy of one of the
Hey everyone! Welcome to all of our new supporters! Thanks for joining, and encourage your friends to check us out 🙂 below are two really exciting events coming up,,,check them out! Save the Dates! World AIDS Day 2014 Tuesday, December
The Gay alliance of the Genesee Valley has received Archivres Grants to Identify, survey, and place in permanent repositories the record collections from LGBT Agencies, organizations and individuals! We have taken 96 boxes, including 20 years of Gay Alliance Records
"After 40 years of activism, Evelyn Bailey has found herself in the spotlight by documenting the story of the LGBT community in Rochester. Her decade-long effort to chronicle the struggles and achievements of the very active and progressive local lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender
Purchase tickets onlineSunday, Sept 29, doors open 3 pm for general seating; 4 pm program begins; Dryden Theatre, George Eastman House, 900 East Ave, Rochester, NY
by Evelyn Bailey The Smithsonian Museum of American history Archives has requested a complete run of the Empty Closet from the Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley. Pulling a copy of the Empty Closet from each month it was printed