Join us for an uplifting exploration through storytelling and images of the places and spaces throughout Idaho where LGBTQ+ people have built and shaped their lives. While the assumption exists that if one wants to be out in Idaho, one must come to Boise, Dr. Lisa McClain, Professor of History and Gender Studies at Boise State University, along with graduate student and teaching assistant Rachel Taylor, describe this community’s journey from the 1970s onward, examining where they stayed, came home to, traveled through, created, or used temporarily to find one another, building community in many places within the Gem State.
This free, hour-long event will take place via ZOOM with automated live subtitles and include a presentation from Dr. McClain and Rachel Taylor followed by a brief Q&A.
One registration is needed per household. Please note that all program times are in Mountain Time.
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