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Tuesdays, 7-9pm, March 14th-May 9th

Lesbian Studies at the Lesbian Herstory Archives
The Lesbian Studies Institute, in its sixth year at the Lesbian Herstory Archives, will offer the course, "Resistance, Subjectivity and Lesbian Lives," beginning in March 2017.

Be part of this exciting initiative. Discover how the unequaled resources at the Archives. Address today's concerns and speak to the world we hope to create.

Fee is $180.00, Students, $125.00. More If/Less If. Registration limited to 15. For more information email:

Friday, May 19th, 7-9pm

Spring Poetry Reading
Featuring Jenny Johnson, Kamilah Aisha Moon, Brenda Shaughnessy, Red Washburn, and Chocolate Waters. The reading will be followed by a reception and book signing.

Sunday, May 21st, 1-5pm

NYC Dyke March Special Collection Day
Come for all or part of the time. HELP US PRESERVE AND DOCUMENT THE 25 YEARS OF THE DYKE MARCH SO FUTURE DYKES WILL KNOW THEIR HERSTORY, Share your Dyke March memories with the dykes of the future. What was your favorite Dyke March? Did you marshal? Did you come out at the Dyke March? Did you make a special sign to bring? Take photo? Make a video? Make your own T-shirt? Write a journal entry about your experience? A poem? A short story? A newspaper story? Were you on the committee?

What to bring:
Photos/Videos: We want your best Dyke March images! Please select your favorite photos for inclusion in LHA’s Dyke March collection. We have some information on how to do this ready for you: there is the official donation form ( )that needs to accompany all image donations so we’re in the clear on how materials can be used and there are instructions ( that explain how to submit photos and video, give technical specs and also explain how to organize your digital files.

T-shirts (marshals, home-made, others), Noisemakers, Flyers Club/Palm cards, Correspondence, Journal entries, poetry, newspaper articles about the march, and other mementos or materials you think are relevant. (donation forms for materials other than photos/videos will be available at the Archives).

There will also be a slide show of Saskia Scheffer’s photographs of the Dyke March through the years.

All events at The Archives', unless otherwise stated. The Archives' is located at 484 14 St (between 8th Ave and Prospect Park West) Park Slope, Brooklyn, F train to the 15th St. Stop.

We can always use your help with the Archives work. Come by for all or part of any workday. Or if you can't make a workday, come by anytime we're open. We also provide access at other times by appointment only. No experience is necessary for any workday.

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