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Introducing "Making Queer History Public," A New Podcast From ASHP

Published June 21, 2021

Making Queer History Public is a new podcast series by the American Social History Project/Center for Media and Learning that explores LGBTQ+ public history. We will be looking at archives, museums, public art, and education initiatives, all to investigate how queer and trans histories are being told, how LGBTQ+ people are pushing public history narratives forward, and where you can go to learn more about queer and trans-led projects and experiences.

This is a preview of our first episode, which is centered on queer archives. Here, we talk to Steven Fullwood, the founder of the In The Life Archive at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.

Making Queer History Public is made possible with funding from Humanities New York.

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