A History of LGBTQ Spaces … Where you Least Expect Them at 518 Valencia St
A History of LGBTQ Spaces … Where you Least Expect Them in San Francisco
Eric Quezada Center for Culture & Politics
At the outset of the LGBTQ History Month, a group of historians come together to offer an introduction to queer historic sites in the city. They'll look at sites that have been lost and what their disappearance means — and they'll present a sampling of still-extant historic LGBTQ social, cultural and sexual spaces and why they are critical to understanding San Francisco history. In addition, the panel will showcase the ongoing city-funded study that will serve as a guide in the commemoration of places associated with queer history in San Francisco. With Felicia Elizondo, Donna Graves, Gerard Koskovich, Glenne McElhinney and Shayne Watson. Sponsored by Shaping San Francisco.
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