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Join The History Project as we celebrate our community and another year of history-making accomplishments.
Thursday, September 20, 2012 | 6:00 - 9:00 pm
170 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02116
Cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and dessert will be served.
Tickets $125 (starting September 8).
2012 HistoryMaker Awards Host Committee: Kevin Batt | Libby Bouvier & Andrea Devine | Orlando Del Valle & Roland St. Jean | Pat Gozemba & Karen Kahn | Tony Grima & Peter Muise | Kevin Hepner | Neal Kane & Charles Schoonmaker | Stewart Landers | Stephen Nonack & Christopher Saheed | Warren Seamans | Martha Stone | Donald Yasi
Each year, The History Project presents two awards to community members or organizations in recognition of their commitment and contributions to Boston and Massachusetts' GLBT communities.
Presented annually since 2009 to an individual or organization whose lifetime achievements have had a significant and positive effect on Boston and Massachusetts’ GLBT communities, the HistoryMaker Award's past recipients include Congressman Barney Frank, the Gay Community News Collective, and Mary L. Bonauto, Civil Rights Project Director at Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD).
The History Project is pleased to announce that the recipient of the 2012 HistoryMaker Award is Grace Sterling Stowell.
From her work with the Boston Alliance of GLBT Youth (BAGLY) and her involvement in transgender activist and policy-making with the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC), Grace has had a tremendous influence on generations of GLBT youth throughout Boston and Massachusetts, and around the country through her involvement on a national level in advocating for GLBT youth programs and services. Grace has made a significant and unforgettable contribution to history that is deserving of special recognition.
The Lavender Rhino Award is presented annually to an emerging activist or organization in the Boston area.
The History Project is excited to announce that the 2012 recipient of the Lavender Rhino Award is Boston-based activist and filmaker Chris Mason.
We also invite community members to join the 2012 HistoryMaker Awards Host Committee (either as an individual or as part of a couple). Members of the Host Committee help ensure that each HistoryMaker Awards event is a huge success!
For more information about the HistoryMaker Awards event or benefits of joining the HistoryMaker Awards Host Committee, visit www.historyproject.org/historymakers2012.html or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The History Project: Documenting LGBTQ Boston
Since 1980, The History Project has been documenting and preserving the history of Boston's LGBTQ communities, and sharing that information with LGBTQ individuals, organizations, allies, and the public.