Stonewall National Museum, Archives, & Library is a safe, welcoming place that inspires and promotes understanding through collecting, preserving, and sharing the proud culture of LGBTQIA+ people of all stories, and their significant role in American society.
We will build and sustain a viable, solvent organization that is inspirational, educational, relevant, and accessible to future generations; recognized nationally as a leading, influential authority. We will be a leader in the collection, preservation, and accessibility of American LGBTQIA+ culture and history.
Recognizing that every person has the intrinsic ability to create, we seek to build community among LGBTQIA+ people and organizations and their allies, working together in a cooperative and supportive environment.
Understanding how aspects of one’s social and political identities (e.g., gender, race, class, sexuality, disability, etc.) might combine to create unique modes of discrimination, we work to create policies and practices that foster an embracing and inclusive environment, welcoming to everyone, treating them with respect, care and empathy. While preserving the history of past generations, we seek to engage future generations.
We collect, preserve, exhibit and teach within the highest of academic standards. We perform our work ethically, honesty and with integrity. We acknowledge our temporal relationship to SNMAL’s assets and obligation to manage and preserve the organization for future generations.
Rooted in scholarship, our programs are offered in service to the general public, visible and accessible to the widest group possible.
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Major support for Stonewall National Museum, Archives, & Library provided by the Broward County Cultural Division, the Cultural Council, and the Broward County Board of County Commissioners.
Sponsored in part by the State of Florida through the Division of Arts and Culture and the National Endowment for the Arts.