Tag Archives: history

Book of the Week – Branded by the Pink Triangle

“Branded by the Pink Triangle” by Ken Setterington details the treatment and persecution of gay men by the Nazi regime during World War II. In concentration camps, a pink triangle was sewn into the prison uniforms of gay men, in … Continue reading

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Book of the Week – And the Band Played On

How was AIDS introduced to the gay community? Why did it spread so quickly? Why did health officials and researchers seem so slow to respond as people died of this disease? The answers to these questions may seem straightforward, but … Continue reading

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History in the Making

  As LGBT history month draws to a close, we are reminded of those who pioneered the way for the freedoms we enjoy today, and that there is still much progress to be made. Equality Forum compiles a list of notable … Continue reading

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New nonfiction at the GLBT Library

Last month was a bit like Christmas around here, with our latest batch of acquisitions arriving and several generous donations. First, we’ll take a look at some of our new nonfiction titles. As always, stop by for more, and stay … Continue reading

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