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Five to tell of North Texas LGBT history

The UNT Libraries are honored to present, in partnership with the Dallas Way and UNT’s Pride Alliance, the next installment of Outrageous Oral, the exciting storytelling series recounting GLBT life in North Texas. Make your plans now to attend on at 7 p.m. Oct. 9 , at the Willis Library in The Forum.
Five presenters will tell their stories at this next Outrageous Oral, the 13th installment in the ongoing series.
Clark A. Pomerleau is an associate professor of gender and sexual history at UNT. His service focuses on education for social justice and the appreciation of diversity.
AJ Aguiñaga is a 21 year-old transman who is a UNT student and the founder of the Transgender and Intersex Alliance of Denton.
Karen Wisely is a doctoral candidate in the History Department at UNT whose dissertation topic is the formation of the GLBT community in Dallas.
Eric Duran is majoring in Speech Language Pathology at UNT. An out gay man, he is Vice President of GLAD and a peer mentor for freshman GLBT students at UNT.
Rafael McDonnell is the Communications and Advocacy Manager for Resource Center, the GLBT community center in Dallas serving North Texas.
Admission is free, but organizers request that attendees RSVP via The Dallas Way's group page on Facebook.

Donations are appreciated to support important collections and archives housed at the UNT Libraries. Each Outrageous Oral presentation is video-taped and archived in The Dallas Way collection at UNT. Additional oral and written histories of people important to GLBT history in North Texas are also included in that collection. Materials are being digitized to allow world-wide access to this significant history.

Posted on: Fri 03 October 2014

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