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Pride of Lions: 50 years of LGBTQ Activism at Columbia

“Pride of Lions: Fifty Years of LGBT Activism at Columbia” celebrates activism at Columbia from the Beat Generation to GendeRevolution and marks the 50th anniversary of the formation of the first officially recognized LGBT student group–The Student Homophile League–here at Columbia in 1967.  The exhibition was created by Columbia and Barnard students as a final project for the Telling LGBT History seminar taught David Eisenbach, History Department, and Sarah Witte, Columbia Libraries.

The exhibition is on display Monday-Friday from 9am-4:45pm through June 30th at the Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Butler Library, 6th Floor East,  Columbia University, 535 West 114th St.

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