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Research Roundup: History participants sought

Carolinas News Notes

Researchers Sunny Calhoun and Dr. Angela Mazaris from Wake Forest University are seeking participants for a research study from former or current Winston-Salem residents who identify as LGBTQ or allied individuals for a local queer history project.

In Memoriam: Pride pioneer and scientist Alan Turing

Brilliant mind and gay icon, persecuted and redeemed

This Pride month, qnotes pays homage to one figure whose life and accomplishments set a golden precedent for the capabilities of LGBTQ people everywhere. Alan Turing, renowned scientist of many trades and proud gay man, died on June 7, 1954.

Quick Hits: 02.10.17

Beyond the Carolinas

Soulforce is seeking individuals who want to craft doves for their Altar of Life protest at the National Religious Broadcaster’s global annual conference in Orlando, Fla., from Feb. 27-March 2. Doves have already made an appearance at the Creating Change Conference held in Philadelphia, Pa. in January. Visit Soulforce’s website to get instructions and shipping …

Famous bisexual people throughout history

September honors bisexual visibility

This month the community celebrates bisexual visibility, shining a spotlight on part of the LGBTQ community that is all too often ignored. Here is an anything-but-exhaustive list of bisexual individuals throughout history.