All posts tagged "rainbow history project"

  • Remembering Marion Barry

    Former mayor was one of the first D.C. politicians to embrace LGBT rights

  • “Gay Power to Gay People” Comes to Pride

    Rainbow History Project to host panel discussion on Gay Liberation Front

  • Hunting for LGBT History

    While the federal government might stop, time marches on. In October, that truth may be particularly poignant for LGBT folks marking LGBT History Month. The...

  • Pioneer Days

    The Rainbow History Project, a local organization formed in 2000 to preserve and promote the history and culture of the D.C. area's LGBT community, earlier...

  • National Register to Accept Kameny House

    The house and office belonging to recently deceased gay civil rights pioneer Frank Kameny will be added to the National Parks Service's Register of Historic...

  • A Decade of History

    There are times when something good comes from sheer frustration. That's the case with the Rainbow History Project, which came to being in 2000, founded...

  • Smallwood Funeral Draws Hundreds

    Hundreds filled the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church on Monday, April 19, to say farewell to a pioneer: Charlotte Smallwood. ''The community has lost an icon,''...

  • One Man's Mark

    During his final days Larry Stansbury didn't quite resemble the dedicated community activist and organizer so many in the D.C. area remember. Lying in a...

  • Legacy of Liberty

    As the late writer and children's advocate Pearl S. Buck put it, ''One faces the future with one's past.'' It's a sentiment that runs through...

  • Our Glass

    A Conversation with Cronkite GLBT History Month Calendar Time's Trails Personal Preservation GLBT history is all over the Washington area, easier to spot in some...

  • GLBT History Month Calendar

    A Conversation with Cronkite GLBT History Month Calendar Time's Trails Personal Preservation The Rainbow History Project, an all-volunteer organization whose mission is to ''collect, preserve...

  • Discovering Our Past

    As a child in rural Illinois, Mark Meinke read the Seven Pillars of Wisdom, T.E. Lawrence's account of his time spent with the Arab Revolt...

  • Southeast Memories

    There was no body to mourn inside the meeting room of the Charles Sumner School in Northwest last Thursday, Feb. 28. But for the crowd...

  • Gone, Never Forgotten

    Members of the GLBT community and allies are invited to attend ''Before the Ballpark: Remembering What We Had in SE,'' at 6:30 p.m., on Thursday,...

  • The Party Line

    A visit to the Best of Washington's Web site isn't exactly a celebration. It's something more like a remembrance. The ''news'' section, for example, offers...

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