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Lesbian Organizing: 1960's to Today

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Elmer L. Andersen Library, Suite 111

222 21st Avenue South

Minneapolis, MN 55455

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Why was creating women only space important? What did we gain as a LGBTQ+ community? What can we learn from these pioneers?

Interactive timeline of queer history/your history starts the event. Bring your artifacts, stories and important events to add to the timeline.

Speakers: Dianna Hunter (Farmer and Teacher), Jane Stedman (Founder or Rising Moon Farm and So's Your Old Lady) and Lisa Vecoli (Pulp Fiction collector and Tretter Collection Curator).

Film clip from Out North: featuring Nick Metcalf, Andrea Jenkins and the women of the Amazon Nation. Out North is a MN LGBTQ+ history documentary produced by TPT - Twin Cities PBS. Full film coming out Oct 16th at 8pm.

Free food, all ages, sober space.
Child care provided. ASL interpretation available, please request. Please contact us if you have any specific accessibility requests.
For parking and directions visit: https://www.lib.umn.edu/special/getting-archives

TELLING QUEER HISTORY is a series of gatherings based on sharing stories in an open, informal, and participatory format. It’s about connecting queer communities, queer history and generations so that we can learn from our shared past, present, and future.*

Contact us: hello@tellingqueerhistory.com

*Allies are welcome to join, listen and volunteer. Hearing our stories is a great way to be an ally, allowing and assisting us in having the space to tell our stories is a way to be an advocate. Thanks!

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