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Pride, Prejudice & Protest: GLBT History in Greater Orlando

Exhibit run extended to Feb. 12 due to popular demand!

The history of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community has been defined by periods of pride, prejudice, and protest. This exhibit created in partnership with the GLBT History Museum of Central Florida traces the progress and setbacks of the community in Central Florida over five decades of change, beginning with the effects of the 1969 uprising at the Stonewall Inn in New York City, recently declared a National Monument.

Exhibit highlights include a video documentary, “Forty Years of the Parliament House,” which tells the story of how a 1960s-era Orlando motel became a GLBT institution in Central Florida and the Southeast.

> October 1, 2016  – February 12, 2017
> In the second floor gallery