San Francisco

November Events at SF’s GLBT History Museum

Film, Performance & Discussion The Indian Is Still Alive: Two-Spirit History Thursday, November 1               7:00-9:00 PM  The GLBT History Museum  4127 18th St., San Francisco $5.00  |  Free for members       An evening of music and history with the Bay Area American Indian Two Spirits  (BAAITS) drum group, including a screening(…)

Fighting Back: Queers & the Class Divide at SFs GLBT HIstorical Society

The latest in the GLBT Historical Society’s monthly “Fighting Back” series exploring contemporary queer issues in a historical context, “Queers and the Class Divide” will offer a conversation about intersections between LGBTQ politics and growing class divisions locally and nationally. A panel of historians, veteran organizers and younger activists will discuss the history of economic(…)

Exhibition Highlights Radical History of Black Lesbian Scholar Angela Davis

Angela Davis (center, no glasses) enters Royce Hall at UCLA for her first philosophy lecture in October 1969. Kendra Alexander (right, with glasses) A new exhibition at the GLBT History Museum, 4127 18th St., San Francisco, drawing on rare posters and ephemera from a private collection will highlight the journey of black lesbian activist Angela(…)

Second LGBT Honorees Selected for San Francisco’s Rainbow Honor Walk

Less than two years since 20 historic members of the LGBT were memorialized by bronze plaques in the sidewalks of San Francisco’s Castro District, the all volunteer Rainbow Honor Walk ( has announced 24 new honorees. “LGBT history is world history,” said Rainbow Honor Walk Co-Founder and Board President David Perry. “These 24 individuals represent(…)