Browse Exhibits (5 total)
This exhibit highlights some key events both nationally and locally in Houston in order for the viewer to learn about and better understand the gay bar raids that occurred in Houston and their social implications both at the time and afterwards.
This exhibit looks at the growth of the GLBT community over time through the lens of Dalton Dehart's photographs, and the events that offered a place for people to be themselves.
This exhibit describes four hate crimes carried out in the Montrose neighborhood of Houston, Texas. While just a small sample, these four illustrate the overarching characteristics of hate crimes against LGBTQ people in the United States.
This exhibit is an amalgamation of images and information that represent part of the history, resources, events, people, and lifestyles that collectively make up the drag community of Houston. These resources are gathered from various sources on the Internet, Gulf Coast Archive & Museum of GLBT History, Inc (GCAM), Rice University, University of Houston, and others.
"The NAMES Project is a national AIDS memorial taking the shape of a huge quilt, made up of thousands of individual 3' x 6' panels. Each panel remembers the life of someone who has died of AIDS..."
-NAMES Project Foundation, 1988