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Box Carlisle, PA Below are guides to the collections of documents, images, and artifacts that have been donated to the LGBT History Project as part of this effort. Research assistance is available by e-mail archives dickinson. Visitors are welcome Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm, and on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 9 pm when classes are in session. It is recommended that you contact Malinda in advance of a site visit. Joseph W.
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High humidity kept the new drywall too damp. Inside the midtown center at N. Third St. In addition to painting the walls, kitchen equipment and office furniture, the latter donated by Highmark, still needed to be installed. A second gender-neutral bathroom also awaited completion.
In situating the particular challenges and creative efforts of LGBTQ organizing within broader national movements, William Burton and Barry Loveland remind us that the history of our fight for equality is found not only in big cities but also in small towns and rural areas across the country. Full of compelling stories of individuals seeking community and grappling with inequity, harassment, and discrimination, and featuring a distinctive trove of historical photographs, Out in Central Pennsylvania is a local story with national implications. It brings rural and small-town queer life out into the open and explores how LGBTQ identity and social advocacy networks can form outside of a large urban environment. Out in Central Pennsylvania is this season's must-read book for our community as it powerfully shows how LGBTQ people in our region contributed to the national movement while making regional change from which we all benefit today.