Our Virtual Pride Club for Teens ages 13-18 continues this month with the theme of Queer History and Historical Fiction! Queer history and the people that advanced our rights don't always receive the recognition they deserve, so it is important that we work to highlight the activists and moments that helped us reach where we are now. This month we will have a special guest presentation from folks at the Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County and OutWatch, Wine Country’s LGBTQI Film Festival. We will also delve more into local queer history by exploring Sonoma County Library’s very own History and Genealogy collections. Here are some links, resources, and of course books to get you thinking about LGBTQIA+ History!
We will be meeting online at 4:00pm every Tuesday in March. For more information, email email@example.com.
To register for the March Teen Pride Club, follow the links below:
- March 2nd Pride Club
- March 9th Pride Club
- March 16th Pride Club with special guests from Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County and Outwatch!
- March 23rd Pride Club
- March 30th Pride Club
LGBTQ+ Historical Databases & Resources that we recommend:
- Digital Transgender Archive
- GLBT Historical Society
- Pride Timeline
- NYC LGBT Historic Sites Project
- Making Gay History
- One Archives
- Lesbian Herstory Archives
- On Instagram: @lgbt_history
- Shades of San Francisco by the San Francisco Library
- The Lesbian History of Sonoma County with Tina Dungan and Shad Reinstein
(Hint: click on the book covers to go to the library catalog)
Branded by the Pink Triangle
by Ken Setterington (he/him)
by Ann Bausum (she/her)
Brave Face: A Memoir
by Shaun David Hutchinson (he/him)
A Queer History of the United States for Young People
by Michael Bronski (he/him)
No Way, They Were Gay?
by Lee Wind (he/him)
Coming to a library near you April 2021!