Traveling Exhibit: The History of LGBTQ Civil Rights

This exhibit (Oct. 16-20) explores the incredibly inspiring journey of the LGBTQ Civil Rights movement from World War II to present day.

Explore the beginning of “gayborhoods” in the 1940’s, the Lavender Scare in the 1950’s, the Stonewall Riots and the beginning of organized protests in the 1960’s, the beginning of Pride and a cohesive national movement in the 1970’s, the AIDS crisis of the 1980’s, the beginning of gay marriage in the 1990’s and the explosion of rights in the 2000’s.

Learn about important LGBTQ organizations, activists, groups, and events that have defined this movement as one of the most important civil rights advancements of the last century.

Friday, October 20, 2017

Metropolitan Campus Auditorium , Liberal Arts Atrium (Lobby)
2514-2534 E. 30th St., Cleveland, OH 44115

Event Type

Special Events, Campus Events, Metropolitan, Student Life, Diversity Speaker Series, Arts & Entertainment, Gallery Exhibits

Target Audience

Faculty, Staff, Students

Contact Information

Magda Gomez | 216-987-0204|

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