52 years ago the first Pride march was celebrated in New York City on June 28th, 1970. It was a chance for the LGBTQIA+ community of New York City to gather together. Here is a collection of recommended reading to remind us how far the LGBTQIA+ movement has come, and how far it has left to go.
LGTBQ+ Pride Month is celebrated in June in the United States to commemorate the Stonewall Riots. During this time, many celebrations are held to honor and recognize the contribution and impact that LGTBQ+ people have had on the world. Here are a few of our book recommendations for this colorful month. Non-Fiction How We Fight […]
Thanks to the contributions of our generous donors! What can your library do with donor contributions? A lot! For example, we currently have our “YOU ARE NOT ALONE: New LGBTQ+ Books and Graphic Novels” display up at the library through March 2018. How did we acquire this collection? Through donor funds! A huge thank you […]