Tag Archives: People’s History of the LGBTQ Community in Grand Rapids

Artwork highlights a People’s History in Grand Rapids – Print #8 – Milt Ford, founder the the LGBT Resource Center at GVSU

This past semester, art students in Brett Colley’s class on printmaking, invited me to come talk about the Grand Rapids People’s History Project. The intent of the class was to have students investigate their own part of a People’s History … Continue reading

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Necessary Radical Thought: Network forum in 1992 demonstrates the importance of constant reflection on where the LGBTQ community is going

When we produced A Grand Rapids People’s History of the LGBTQ Community, we were inspired by all the people who came forward to tell their story and demonstrate the rich history of organizing in West Michigan for collective liberation. In … Continue reading

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A People’s History of the LGBTQ Community in Grand Rapids film to be shown as part of Pride Weekend

If you haven’t had the opportunity to see A People’s History of the LGBTQ Community in Grand Rapids, you can come to the Apartment Lounge on Friday, June 19 at 5:30pm, as part of the 2015 Pride Weekend. The film, … Continue reading

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