In recognition of the Stonewall Uprising, and in honoring our LGBTQ+ community members within NHCC and the world at large, the following digital exhibits and videos have been curated for you.  Come along on this virtual journey to learn, love, and commemorate PRIDE.

  • Kansas-born artist Gilbert Baker, created the rainbow flag as a symbol of hope in 1978. View his Performance, Protest and Politics Art exhibit here

  • GLBT Historical Society in San Francisco presents the 50 years of Pride exhibit here

  • Miami gallery Spinello Projects is hosting an Instagram exhibit featuring weekly artists

  • The history of gay rights and activism by the  National Museum of American History

  • Watch Smithsonian’s Project Pride, hosted by All Things Considered host Ari Shapiro here

  • DC Public library archives of Women in The life

  • The intersection of Pride and Black Trans activism: 5 minute video

  • Capital Pride Alliance in Washington, DC is hosting a variety of virtual events which includes the streaming of festive storefronts displays, performers and also a dance party! Learn more here

  • Read: Over 100 LGBTQ Organizations pen open letter in solidarity with George Floyd protest. Read more about it here (a link directly to the letter is contained within)

  • Fall semester, NHCC will start hosting regular SAFE ZONE trainings, so stay tuned.