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LGBT History Project 2018

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By Staff, November 2018 Web Exclusive. Courtesy of the LGBT History Project. Each October, as part of LGBT History Month, journalists, photographers, publishers and media [...]

FamilySearch

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By Cynthia Laird, November 2018 Web Exclusive. Courtesy of the LGBT History Project. During Pride Month in June, LGBT people interested in family history received interesting [...]

The Emma Jones Society Convention

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By Graham Brunk, November 2018 Web Exclusives. Courtesy of the LGBT History Project. Emma Jones was one of the greatest LGBT allies in the 1960s in northern Florida. Too bad [...]

Tinderbox

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By Larry Nichols, November 2018 Web Exclusive. Courtesy of the LGBT History Project. Author Robert W. Fieseler’s new book, Tinderbox: The Untold Story of the Up Stairs [...]

50 Years Later

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By Mark Segal, October 2018 Web Exclusive. Courtesy of the LGBT History Project. Each of us who were at Stonewall has a different view of the event. They run the gamut from [...]

Lesbian Erasure

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By Victoria A. Brownworth, October 2018 Web Exclusive. Courtesy of the LGBT History Project. Part I Lesbians exist. Lesbians, like gay men, have always existed. If there is a [...]

Tour for Hope

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Courtesy of the International Alliance for the Prevention of AIDS, Nov. 2018 Web Exclusive. Valley residents will have access to go behind the doors and into some of the [...]

Latino Pride

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By Tamara Juarez, October 2018 Issue. This year, celebrations of both Hispanic Heritage Month (observed Sept. 15-Oct. 15) and LGBT History Month (October) will converge in [...]

New Beginnings in Tucson

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By Megan Wadding, October 2018 Issue. Pride in the Desert, Tucson’s annual celebration that includes the Pride on Parade and Pride in the Park, will take place Sept. 29. [...]

A Community of Rainbows

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By Laura Latzko, October 2018 Issue. In Phoenix, the nation’s fifth largest city, pride and community are celebrated in many ways. From each individual’s creative [...]

The World Awaits, 2018-2019

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By Seth Reines, October 2018 Web Exclusive. From Tony Award-winning Broadway musicals to an internationally acclaimed, classically-trained drag ballet company to America’s [...]

A Sharp-Dressed Museum

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By Mark Schulte, October 2018 Issue. You know those times when you put an incredible amount of effort into your ensemble, you look at yourself in the mirror and you realize [...]

Heroes Wanted

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By Staff, September 2018 Issue. Each year, as part of LGBTQ History Month, Echo Magazine honors community heroes who have helped raise consciousness and spark change on the [...]

Mr. Phoenix Prime Beef

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By Michelle Talsma Everson, September 2018 Issue. Ryan Goldner, also known as Sister Grizzly Madams of the Grand Canyon Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, believes that older [...]
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