Throughout its history, Connecticut’s LGBTQ population has moved from leading hidden, solitary lives to claiming visible, powerful, valuable, and contributing places in society. Join us to explore the history of that experience: stories of oppression and resilience, tragedy and triumph.
This program is free and spaces are limited. To secure a spot, register with Yapsody. You’ll receive an email confirmation with the Zoom link attached, and we’ll send you a reminder at noon on the day of the program. Please do not share that link with anyone! It’s unique to you.
If you would like to make a donation to help the CHS keep history alive, please click here. Or, to learn about the benefits of museum membership, click here!
Questions? Contact Natalie Belanger, Adult Programs Manager, at [email protected]
Image: Protest in the state capitol, 1990, photograph by Cary Chapin. Courtesy of Carolyn Gabel-Brett.