Posts Tagged ‘William Way Center’

<em>Tonight Is Forever</em> Honors Stonewall Riots & Philly LGBT Activism History

Tonight Is Forever Honors Stonewall Riots & Philly LGBT Activism History

June 11, 2019  |  News

A new art installation at William Way LGBT Community Center connects local and national moments in gay liberation history. Ali Roseberry-Polier takes a look > more

Reanimating The Archives At William Way

Reanimating The Archives At William Way

December 17, 2014  |  News

It's been a long journey home for the William Way Community Center and a bumpy ride for their archives. With a William Penn Foundation grant in hand, they will soon have a proper research facility dedicated to local LGBT history. Erin Bernard takes us into their stacks and down the path that led the community center to Spruce Street > more

The Roots Of The Gayborhood, The Eve Of A Milestone

The Roots Of The Gayborhood, The Eve Of A Milestone

February 14, 2014  |  Vantage

With this evening's opening reception of "That's So Gay," an exhibition at the Library Company of Philadelphia—at 13th & Locust—the Gayborhood formally kicks off a year's worth of celebrations leading up to the 50th anniversary of the Reminder Day demonstrations at Independence Hall that began on July 4, 1965. Gayborhood guru Bob Skiba traces the area's evolution from seedy red light district to mainstream mainstay > more

TEDxPhilly: All Eyes On The City

TEDxPhilly: All Eyes On The City

November 7, 2011  |  News

Hidden City checks in the TEDxPhilly organizer Diana Lind, one of a couple dozen presenters at tomorrow's event > more