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LGBTQIA+ persons

Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

Series 30: Transgender Histories of D.C., 2021

Identifier: dcpl_dcohc030
Abstract This project seeks to answer the question: how have the changes in D.C. over the past several decades been experienced and influenced by transgender individuals and communities? Individuals who are transgender, marginalized by society at large, have a unique perspective on history, at the same time as they are left out of mainstream accounts of events. This project documents the events of the final decades of the 20th century and first few of the 21st through the eyes of transgender elders,...
Dates: 2021

Washington Blade

 Digital Collection
Identifier: dcpl_blade

Washington Community Video Center (WCVC) Collection

 Collection — External hard drive DIG_00031: Series dcpl_210_WCVC
Identifier: 210
Content Description

Content topics include: May Day Demonstrations, Paris Peace Talks, Welfare Recipients speaking out, urban conditions, Kathleen Cleaver, a video made and directed by welfare mothers, housing in Adams Morgan, Allen Ginsberg at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, 1970 interviews with pro-war demonstrators at a rally called by Reverend Carl McIntire, and more.

Dates: 1970 - 1975

Wes Morrison interview, 2022-12-28

Identifier: rwhc_ohp_2022_009.wav
Abstract In this oral history interview, Mr. Wes Morrison discusses his life and experiences moving from Durham, North Carolina, to Washington, D.C., in 1959. The interview begins with a discussion of Mr. Morrison’s early life in Durham. Mr. Morrison talks about his grandmother and aunt, who raised him, and the Brookstown community in which they lived. He also shares memories of his upbringing and educational experiences in Durham and discusses racial segregation and race relations in the city. Mr....
Dates: Other: 2022-12-28

Women in the Life

 Digital Collection
Identifier: dcpl_witla