Recently the Gay Ohio History Initiative received a new collection from former Ohio native, Bryan Knedler. There is a lot to learn from Knedler’s documentation of his life.
In the Ohio History Connection’s archives, researchers can find documentation of the Columbus community’s fight to raise awareness of AIDS.
As we honor Pride throughout the month of June, we share this post from queer artist Charmaine Renee about their most recent project
Normally historians mention that a historical figure may have been a member of the LGBTQ+ community if they have documentation to support it.
Although she never lived in Ohio, Alice Dunbar Nelson is permanently attached to our history through her husband, Paul Laurence Dunbar. Read more about this remarkable woman who lived life outside of many of society's boxes.
This month's post in our suffrage anniversary blog series comes from Anne Delano Steinert, a preservationist, educator, and historian.
The original Stonewall Uprising was a protest against police brutality led by LGBTQ people of color.
Natalie Clifford Barney was an out lesbian when she said, “being other than normal [was] a perilous advantage.”
This month's post in our suffrage anniversary blog series come from Julia Applegate, Director of the Equitas Health Institute and a long time activist.