“Gay Power to Gay People”: The Gay Liberation Front-DC Exhibit on view through June, 2014


An exhibit featuring items from the Rainbow History Project’s collections on the Gay Liberation Front-DC is now on view throughout the month of June at the Kiplinger Library of the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.  In conjunction with a June 6 2014 panel discussion,  the exhibit shows key documents concerning the GLF-DC and the ferment of activity that followed the Stonewall riots in 1969. The exhibit hours are Monday through Thursday, 10AM – 4PM.

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The Kiplinger Library is in the former Carnegie Library, 801 K St NW Washington, DC (Mount Vernon Square between K and New York Avenue NW and between 7th and 9th sts. NW).

See also these articles in the Washington Blade and Metro Weekly.