Welcome to Rainbow Archives presented by the Los Angeles Public Library. In this podcast, we explore the remarkable journey of how the LA Public Library has championed services for the LGBTQIA community.
Welcome to Rainbow Archives, presented by the Los Angeles Public Library. In this podcast episode, we explore the remarkable journey of how the L.A. Public Library has championed services for the LGBTQIA community.
Juan Angel Reynoso is an Ipai-Kumeyaay 2Spirit storyteller, advocate, teacher, and holistic culturally-trauma-responsive practitioner. Juan was born and raised in San Diego, CA. He is a Native American Indian from the San Pasqual Band of Kumeyaay Indians.
We celebrate LGBTQIA Pride Heritage Month in June! We are recommending recent critically acclaimed titles from the Social Science, Philosophy & Religion department collection which share the voices and history of this community.
Anne Lister (1791–1840), often referred to as ‘the first modern lesbian,’ was a wealthy, independent British landowner, businesswoman, and prolific diarist.
Ever since the Stonewall riots brought the struggle for queer rights and representation to the forefront in June of 1969, June has been celebrated as LGBTQIA Pride Month.
Happy Pride! If you’re here you probably already know who RuPaul is, you’re familiar with the political work of Harvey Milk, you’ve even got a Keith Haring art print on your wall…but do you know your local LGBTQIA trivia? Don’t let San Francisco get all the credit! L.A.