Adrienne Williams has been invited by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in recognition of activism for the bisexual community
June 12, 2011--Bi Social Network is proud to announce Adrienne Williams has been selected to represent the ‘B’ in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community—by letter of invitation in celebration of LGBT Pride Month, to be held at The White House on Wednesday, June 29, 2011.
Bi Social Network is an online media network that covers topics including: entertainment news, social issues, and politics in the community since late 2008 and showcases bisexuals in all walks of diversity; sharing unique bisexual content not readily available in other national or gay and lesbian outlets.
For more information on Bi Social Network, see Connextions Magazine Issue 3... view here.
Out in Chicago
Opens Saturday, May 21, 2011
From its earliest days, Chicago has served as a dynamic crossroads of people and cultures—all who came to Chicago seeking a better life and creating new communities. Out in Chicago explores the stories of a group of Chicagoans who have been here since the city’s beginnings but whose lives have often been lived in the shadows.
For more than 150 years, a complex community of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) Chicagoans has been at turns surviving, struggling, and thriving, often on the edge of mainstream awareness. In the nineteenth century, the forces that made Chicago a national metropolitan center also brought diverse LGBT people to the heartland and fostered their development as a community.
"Chicago’s LGBT history is not just a story about one group of people in one neighborhood. It’s a history that has happened throughout the city and over time." — Jill Austin, co-curator Out in Chicago spans diverse stories and perspectives and explores issues such as language, gender expression, formation of identity, the role of LGBT people in politics and culture, and family relationships. It balances private stories with public perspectives in relation to gender, community, and identity and spotlights the inspiring and charged heritage of this diverse Chicago community, whose history truly belongs to all of us.
"Chicago’s LGBT history is not just a story about one group of people in one neighborhood. It’s a history that has happened throughout the city and over time." — Jill Austin, co-curator
For more info: http://chicagohistory.org/
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