Pride at the NYPL

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Photograph: Courtesy New York Public Library

Time Out says

The New York Public Library is hosting a series of Pride conversations you can tune into from home this week at 8pm:
Monday: LIVE from NYPL: 50 Years of Marching for Pride 
A half-century after New York City's first Pride march, historians and activists look back at the roots of a grand tradition. Ellen Broidy and Joyce Hunter, who each helped organize the first NYC and DC march (respectively), will be joined in conversation by Eric Marcus, host of the podcast, Making Gay History. 
Tuesday: Pride of the 80s & 90s
Artists and activists including Pamela Sneed and Bill T. Jones speak with moderator Kia LaBeija about their reflections on the various stances of their respective generations, the rise of identity politics, and the day-to-day realities of creativity and activism within that environment.
A conversation that considers what intersectionality, allyship, and mobilization mean today, Lama Rod Owens speaks with creative queer millennials, including Ianne Fields Stewart and Fran Tirado about the legacies of their ancestors, the work of today, and the pride of their identities.



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