Tag Archives: LGBT History Month

6-month LGBT History Exhibition opens

A six-month long exhibition of LGBT history opens in Manchester this weekend with a review of the bisexual history of the city over the past thirty years among the opening events. The People’s History Museum includes more than 100 issues of Bi Community News among its archives of LGBT materials available to researchers all year round. Curated by members of […]

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What Have YOU Got?

It’s LGBT History Month and here’s a tweet from Liverpool Museum celebrating a bi donation to their LGBT archives. 6 – Our newest LGBT acquisition @MuseumLiverpool a much needed boost to bi representation in collection. Thanks to @jenyockney for donating! pic.twitter.com/jqe2UXbl2U — Matthew Exley (@Mexley88) February 6, 2017 Have you got an old bi flyer for an event or leaflet […]

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History Finding Homes

Imagine a museum of LGBT history. San Francisco looks like it’s going to get one – and quite possibly on the rates. The Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco voted on the evening of Tuesday, January 31, to approve a groundbreaking resolution calling on municipal authorities, philanthropists and business leaders to support the GLBT Historical […]

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It’s LGBT History Month!

Welcome to February, and of course that means it’s LGBT History Month*. This year’s will commemorate 50 years since the passing of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act – the national festival is themed PSHE, Citizenship and Law. The first LGBT History Month in the UK had no bi-specific content, while the following years had one or two “B” events – […]

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How B is my History Month?

It’s LGBT History Month in February and each year we face the question of how strong the B in that LGBT feels. The first LGBT History Month in the UK had no bi-specific content, while the following years had one or two “B” events – usually in Manchester or Camden. 2009 was a low point with no specific events, though […]

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