Check out the AIDS Activist History Project: A History of AIDS Activism in Vancouver, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, and Nova Scotia This project features 60+ interviews from these locations with both dates and transcripts available! The site also links to a myriad of ephemera, features, and memorial pages. (Images taken from project website) More of the project hereCheck out The Collab on our other platforms here
Check out the Southwest Virginia LGBTQ+ History Project! This project features 30+ interviews/oral histories, a digital archival resource and more! (Images taken from Southwest Virginia LGBTQ+ project website) For more of the project, visit here
Check out this queer history project titled Queer in Brighton! The project currently features a few oral histories of LGBTQ folk in Brighton and offers a myriad of fun and creative collections! (Images taken from Queer in Brighton website). For more of the project, visit here
Check out The Queer Appalachia Oral History Project! This project features 18 oral/aural interviews of LGBTQ people in the Central Appalachian Region/Eastern Kentucky from 2011. Topics include: drug abuse, AIDS, public health, religion, and violence. For access to the project, visit here
Pussy Palace Oral History Project narrator, Renee Racine, was a security volunteer at the September 14, 2000, bathhouse — the night the event was raided by Toronto police. She later testified in court in defense of two fellow security volunteers charged with contravening the Liquor License Act in Her Majesty the Queen v. Hornick and Aitcheson (OCJ, 2001). Both on the stand in 2001 and on the record 20 years later, Racine reflects on the intentions of the Pussy Palace […]
Much like other trans oral history projects, the Louisiana Trans Oral History Project aims to share, preserve and document the trans experience. The project was founded in 2020 and currently has 12 interviews on their website. An unusual but refreshing and interesting aspect of the project is that in these 12 interviews, 2 members of the project’s core team share their story. Both Dre Tarleton and Emmie Saux talk about their experience with gender identity […]
Check out The ACT UP Oral History Project! The ACT UP Oral History Project is a collection of interviews with surviving members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power, New York. The project features over a hundred video interviews of US activists from 2002-2015! (Images taken from ACT UP Oral History Project website) More of the project can be found here: http://www.actuporalhistory.org/ Make sure to check us out on our other platforms using this link: […]
We’ve partnered with Afro-Canadian Art to share some art pieces by Black Queer artists! Check out “Aunties”, 2020 by Queer Black artist Ghislan Timm! More of Afro-Canadian Art can be found hereFollow Afro-Canadian Art on Instagram!
We’ve partnered with Afro-Canadian Art to share some art pieces by Black Queer artists! Check out ‘Botanist’ by Black Queer artist Malik McKoy! 2019. Digital. More of Afro-Canadian Art can be found hereCheck out Afro-Canadian Art on Instagram!
This full-time three-month position, starting in mid-September 2021, is funded by a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council grant supporting the LGBTQ Oral History Collaboratory. HOW TO APPLY? Visit the Chair in Transgender Studies website and review the full posting. Send your updated resume and cover letter to email@example.comPosting Closes August 23, 2021