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GLBT History Museum: Angela Davis: OUTspoken | Exhibition Opening
February 9 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
A new exhibition drawing on rare posters and ephemera from a private collection will highlight the journey of black lesbian activist Angela Davis: from radical scholar, to political prisoner, to revolutionary icon, to public intellectual.
Curated by collector Lisbet Tellefsen and historian Amy Sueyoshi, “Angela Davis: OUTspoken” considers some of the roles Davis has played in the American political imaginary and explores the complexity and impact of her life across nearly half a century.
The GLBT History Museum
$5.00 | Free for members
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
For more information on the exhibition and the curators, visit the GLBT Historical Society website: goo.gl/w8fYSU
ABOUT ANGELA DAVIS
Angela Davis first came to public attention in the late 1960s with her dismissal from the faculty of the University of California due to her membership in the Communist Party and with her involvement in the Black Panther Party and her trial on charges of conspiracy, kidnapping, and murder for which she was acquitted.
Her outspoken activism and organizing efforts attracted both harsh criticism and strong support, resulting in her becoming a globally recognized symbol of radical resistance. Today, Davis continues her political work, including challenging mainstream LGBTQ movements to see service in the armed forces and participation in marriage with a critical eye.
JOIN THE GLBT HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Become a member of the GLBT Historical Society for free admission to this program, free museum admission, discounts in the museum shop and other perks: goo.gl/WjkGSn