LGBTQ History Panel


What do you know about your history as a queer person? What do you really know about Stonewall, the first Christopher Street Parade, the AIDS-crisis, and what life was like as a LGBTQ person in the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s? What was coming out like? How did life change when AIDS came? Where did one find lovers and soulmates before Grindr, Tinder, and social media?

This is an opportunity to learn our queer history through the experiences of those who were present in the early movement. Come listen to those who came before us, those who paved the way. It's a chance to ask questions about what life was like being a part of, or an ally to, the LGBTQ community in the midst of the gay rights movement.

Anthony Whitfield, Associate Professor of Art and Design Parsons
Jeffrey Goldfarb, Michael E. Gellert Professor of Sociology NSSR
Anne Hughes-Hinnen, Church of The Village, Drew University
Robert Sember, Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Arts Lang

This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.

Location is UL 105. The New School University Center, 63 Fifth Ave, one floor down. There will be signs to the venue from the entrence at 63 Fifth Ave.

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  • The New School New York University 63 Fifth Avenue NYC
    New York
  • Tuesday Apr 25
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