''Collect, preserves, and promotes an active knowledge of the history, arts, and culture relevant to sexually diverse communities in metropolitan Washington DC.'' Also produces brochures for walking tours.
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1225 I Street NW
Washington, DC 20005
This record: Created 04/09/2007 - Last updated 06/26/2007
- Pioneer Days: Rainbow History Project names new group of Community Pioneers
- National Register to Accept Kameny House: Designation makes gay activist's house the only nationally recognized LGBT-related historic site – nearing Stonewall Inn's status as ''landmark''
- A Decade of History: Rainbow History celebrates 10 years of preserving our past
- Smallwood Funeral Draws Hundreds: Local LGBT community bids farewell to a ''icon''
- One Man's Mark: Larry Stansbury offered decades of service to the LGBT community
- Legacy of Liberty: RHP honors new group of local GLBT ''Pioneers''
- Our Glass: GLBT History Month Celebrates Efforts to Preserve the Past
- GLBT History Month Calendar: Events by the Rainbow History Project
- Discovering Our Past: Rainbow History Project's Mark Meinke takes us from Arabia to archives
- Southeast Memories: Members of the gay and lesbian community gather to share their recollections about the venues of Southeast D.C.
- Kameny Estate Trademarks ''Gay is Good'': Local LGBT activist told to stop using the phrase made famous by late gay rights leader
- A Queen's Hidden Treasures: A selection of exhibits on permanent display every queen should visit
- Final Farewell: UPDATE: Planned March 3 service ''on hold''
- Imagining a Different District: National Building Museum exhibit takes visitors through an array of Washingtons that could have been
- An Angry Heart: As ''The Normal Heart'' gets a reading in the D.C. area, its author, Larry Kramer, talks about what's missing from gay activism