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Sun, Feb 26


Bruce C. Bolling Building

BLACK. Narratives in Boston Black Queer Trans History

Building Legacy and Continuing Knowledge

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BLACK.  Narratives in Boston Black Queer  Trans History

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Feb 26, 3:30 PM

Bruce C. Bolling Building, 2300 Washington St, Roxbury, MA 02119, USA

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Narratives in Boston’s Black Queer & Trans History

Building Legacy And Collecting Knowledge

Black., the documentary & exhibit:  documents & celebrates

Boston's Black Queer & Trans History from 1970-2020.

Spotlighting the History Makers & Pioneers who have shaped community, culture & change. Hear from the trailblazing artist, activist and survivors who have made history and created spaces by defying social norms towards freedom and community.

Black. documents the history of Boston’s Black Queer & Trans defiance and possibility.

From Elites Boston's first Black Gay club founded in 1971 in Dudley to the 2020 Black Trans Resistance March. Hear the stories of survival, resistance and community from the History Makers, Pioneers and Elders.

Presented by: Boston Lesbigay Urban Foundation & LGBTQ+ Elders of Color

Written, Produced & Directed by: Amir Dixon

Key Contributions: LGBT History Project & Multicultural AIDS Coalition


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