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Some Thursdays, 7-9pm

LEZ CREATE: DYKE ARTS COLLECTIVE Check current calendar for dates. Join us for a chance to express your herstory through the visual, verbal and/or physical arts. For more info: lezcreateworkshop@gmail.com.


Sunday, November 13, 2-6pm

Michelle Cliff Memorial Reading At Home with the Archives and Lez Create present this reading honoring Michelle Cliff, the Jamaican-American poet, novelist, short story writer, and essayist (1946-2016). Please mark your calendars to join us for an afternoon of food, wine, and readings. Participants are invited to read and discuss Michelle Cliff’s works and to share and showcase creative works of their own inspired by Cliff's works.

For more information, contact The Archives: (718) 768-DYKE; lesbianherstoryarchives@gmail.com or Lez Create: lezcreateworkshop@gmail.com



Saturday, December 3rd, 12-5pm

LHA'S Annual Holiday "Books Plus" Sale
Find some great holiday gifts while supporting the Archives. Fiction, poetry, pulps, mysteries, scifi, non-fiction and more...only $1-$2 each. PLUS Vintage T-Shirts, LPs, and music cassettes you've always wanted.


Sunday, December 11th, 2-6pm

Celebrating Pat Parker
Fierce black lesbian poets and writers from our community— Amber Ativa, Cheryl Boyce-Taylor, Cheryl Clarke, Alexis De Veaux, E. Erica Doyle, JP Howard, Shye Sales, Pamela Sneed and Linda Villarosa-- will read the works of Pat Parker and share their reflections. Lesbian Herstory Archives archival video and audio footage of Parker will also be shared. See our flyer for more info.


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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