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Youth Blog – 10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Chicago’s LGBTQ History (Part 2)

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27th October

Chicago is an important center of LGBTQ culture and history! Join us as we continue our blog series featuring Chicago’s Pride Events!



Youth Blog – 10 Facts You Didn’t Know About Chicago’s LGBTQ History (Part 1)

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20th October

Chicago is home to some big moments in LGBTQ history. Check out these surprising facts about LGBTQ history in the Windy City!



Youth Blog—Remembering LGBTQ Women in STEM

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23rd October

For LGBT History Month, we ask: Do you know about these LGBTQ women in the Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics fields?



Youth Blog–LGBT History beyond Stonewall: The Compton’s Cafeteria Riot

16th June

Stonewall was an important moment, but it actually wasn’t the first time that LGBT people in the US organized and demanded better treatment.



Youth Blog > Got Pride?

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19th June

Most people remember to wear sunscreen and stay hydrated at Pride, but not everyone remembers why we celebrate.



Hidden in the Open: A Photo Essay to Honor Black History Month

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10th February

Black History Month is a time to reflect and celebrate the accomplishments, the spirit, and the love of all African Americans! Trent Kelley shares his amazing photo archive with IMPACT.



On MLK Day, Remembering A Forgotten Gay Civil Rights Hero

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16th January

Today we share the story of Bayard Rustin, a gay man who was a key leader in the civil rights movement.






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