Please keep in mind that due to COVID-19, events should be verified directly with the organization prior to attending.
The Stonewall National Museum and Archives is now open to the public and is offering virtual programs, films and exhibitions on its website and through Zoom sessions. You can read more about its virtual and in-person programming here.
Stonewall National Museum and Archives (SNMA) is a nonprofit, tax-exempt 501(c) (3) that promotes understanding through preserving and sharing the proud culture of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their significant role in society. SNMA is one of the only museums in the country dedicated solely to LGBT history, civil rights, art and culture. The museum features three gallery spaces with changing monthly and bi-monthly exhibits, and includes a permanent timeline of American LGBT history.
The Stonewall Archives, which currently contain more than 5,000 items, document a century of GLBT cultural and social history. The professionally-catalogued collection is maintained according to strict conservation standards. It is used by community leaders, writers, scholars, researchers, historians, and members of the general public. Among the many treasures in the archives are an extensive collection of gay and lesbian pulp fiction; organizational records of local, national and regional LGBT organizations; a large serials collection; personal records of local and national personalities; the Joel Starkey Collection; gay erotica –pictorial works; and LGBT ephemera, film, audio and oral
Apr 12, 2022