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GLBT History Museum: Introducing the Dyke March Oral History Project
June 1, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The Dyke March Oral History Project is a newly created audiovisual collaboration between the GLBT Historical Society and the San Francisco Dyke March. The project aims to capture and preserve the diverse experiences of dykes and queer folks from all communities at the Dyke March.
This event will introduce the project and raise funds for expenses related to recording, preservation and promotion of Dyke March history.
This project is open to all dyke-identified people. The Dyke March understands dyke identity to include those of us who are questioning and challenging gender constructs and the social definitions of women: transdyke, MTF, transfeminine, transmasculine, genderqueer and gender fluid dykes.
Light food and drink will be served, including beer donated by Virgil’s Sea Room.
The GLBT History Museum
4127 18th St., San Francisco
$5 – $20
Get your ticket here: oo.gl/NtzWXV
(No one turned away for lack of funds)
There is a very slight incline going towards the building on 18th from Castro. The museum is on the ground level with no steps inside or outside and with a slight right turn to enter the main space. There is one gender-neutral, ADA-compliant restroom. The museum is not scent free.
ASL interpretation provided upon request. Please write at least three days in advance of event to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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