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Building where writer and activist James Baldwin lived for two decades becomes 22nd LGBTQ site on National Register
Report examines LGBT sites for potential inclusion on National Register of Historic Places and as National Historic Landmarks
This week was good news for lovers of gay history, as the National Register of Historic Places added its first lesbian site and its first Latino LGBTQ...
The D.C. Historic Preservation Review Board (HPRB) on Thursday unanimously approved the site of the Furies Collective, a lesbian feminist separatist collective, to become a...
A lesbian feminist separatist collective has inched closer to its goal of being listed on the National Register of Historic Places, after ANC officials approved...
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...
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...