Topics :: gay history

’The Nance’ Set for Movie Screens and PBS

By Mark Kennedy | Thursday May 29, 2014
"The Nance" starring Nathan Lane has already been on Broadway. Now get ready for its appearance on movie screens and TV.

Legacy Project Establishes Equality House in Kansas

By Winnie McCroy | Friday May 23, 2014
The Legacy Project opened last month in Kansas, spreading hope and information on the lives of prominent LGBTs.

Women’s Theater League’s "Oral History" Presents Bebe Neuwirth

By Winnie McCroy | Friday May 2, 2014
On May 5, The League of Professional Theatre Women will present Award-winning actress Bebe Neuwirth as part of their successful Oral History project.

Lesbian Identity, Sexuality Explored at Chicago History Museum

By Winnie McCroy | Thursday May 1, 2014
On May 8, The Chicago History Museum will conclude its eleventh season of the LGBT program series Out at CHM with "Lesbianography: Lesbians and Sex."

Wells Fargo Installs LGBT Mural in Chelsea, Donates to ASOs

By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jan 13, 2014
With their recent donation to GMHC and LGBT history mural in their Chelsea location, Wells Fargo is investing in New York City communities.

Website Allows Users to Become Part of GLBT History

By John McDonald | Wednesday Oct 30, 2013
As co-creator of the website, John D’Emilio is searching for new voices to tell those key stories about important figures and events throughout LGBT history.

New App Brings Snippets of LGBT History to Your Smartphone

By Sergio N. Candido | Thursday Aug 8, 2013
Some younger LGBTs may not appreciate the struggles their elders undertook so that to they can enjoy many of the rights that were denied to them in the past. That’s where gay history app Quist comes in.

Remembering New Orleans’ UpStairs Lounge Arson Attack

By Antoinette Weil | Monday Jul 15, 2013
Forty years after New Orleans’ tragic UpStairs Lounge arson attack, local activists are continuing to do their part and getting the nation to pay attention to one of the most horrific attacks in LGBT history.

A Long Way From Stonewall, and Sometimes a Slog

By Calvin Woodward | Thursday Jun 27, 2013
From Stonewall in New York in 1969 to the marble walls of the Supreme Court, the push to advance gay rights has moved forward, often glacially but recently at a quickening pace.

Key Dates for Gay-Rights Movement in US

Sunday Jun 9, 2013
Take a look at some of the important dates that propelled ihe gay-rights movement in the United States.