Archives and Activism: Preserving Queer and Trans Histories

Archives and Activism: Preserving Queer and Trans Histories

April 20, 2013

This event is part of the 2013 Philly Queer Media series

When: April 20, 2013. 7-9 pm

Where: Giovanni’s Room Bookstore (345 12th Street), Philadelphia, PA

Cost & audience: Free and open to the public

Event description

Come learn how Philly bookstores, libraries, zine fests, archives, and media artists are creating and preserving Philly queer and transgender histories, and making them available to the public in creative ways.

Presenters include

  • HELYX CHASE, Director of the Philadelphia Trans Oral History Project.
  • CHE GOSSETT, writer and activist.
  • SARAH SAYWERS-LOVETT, Co-Director of the Philly Feminist Zine Fest.
  • BOB SKIBA, Archivist at the William Way LGBT Community Center.

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