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LGBTQ archives in two cities ensure that history lives on

Durham County Library joins Charlotte in saving records of queer life

History has been made for the LGBTQ community over the past several decades, but preserving that history is as important as the events themselves. That’s the philosophy that guided the Durham County Library and UNC-Charlotte to archive and exhibit LGBTQ history.

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 …

In a different time: Gay life, love and sex in the 1970s

Love & Lust, The Annual Sex Issue

The 1980s AIDS Crisis changed everything — politics and activism, culture and community, sex and love. For those who lived before it, through it and after it, the AIDS Crisis marked a decidedly earth-shaking turning point — as an old world passed away, along with a whole generation of LGBT leaders and young people with it, and a new one was born.