The Arizona LGBT+ History Project promotes and facilitates the protection, preservation, and access of materials that chronicles the experience, culture, and history of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender community in Arizona.
You have the extraordinary opportunity to support our unique Arizona LGBT history. Your assistance, will allow the Arizona LGBT+ History Project to continue with to preserve, commemorate, document and provide access to Arizona’s LGBT+ history .
Commemorate a non-gender conforming man who died in Arizona, 1906.
Conduct and record oral histories with LGBT Community members. Which is a significant way to document and uncover our hidden stories
Continue to support the development and and conducting a variety of educational presentations highlighting Arizona’s LGBT history
Collaborate with groups across the state to raise awareness and identify history within Arizona’s LGBT past
Installed plaque at 222 E Roosevelt to commemorate the 307, a early LGBTQ space (now demolished) and famous for DeGrazia murals
Conducted several walking tour highlighting the LGBT history of Central Phoenix
Created a traveling display that highlights Arizona’s Transgender History in collaboration with the Arizona Historical Society. As well, Organizing opportunities to display the exhibit through out the state.
Presented LGBT+: A History in Arizona. A presentation that has been shared at libraries and community groups that include students, seniors, allies, and business groups.