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Image from the first OWAAD conference (1979)

‘I thanked the ancestors it is not something you can box up neatly’: uncovering stories of Black and Brown LGBTQ+ activism in post-war Britain

By Sue Lemos Black and Brown LGBTQ+ people have a vibrant history of activism and community spaces in Britain, but it was only until I delved into the ruckus! Black Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans cultural archive and Black and Brown lesbian herstories that I… Read More »‘I thanked the ancestors it is not something you can box up neatly’: uncovering stories of Black and Brown LGBTQ+ activism in post-war Britain

Through A Glass Queerly

A research piece titled ‘Through A Glass Queerly: Recouping LGBT+ Heritage from the Archives’ written by Victoria Yates with Dr. James Hopkins and Dr. Megan Todd.