STONEWALL NATIONAL MUSEUM & ARCHIVES

Public Programming

Join us for a Conversation with Educator and Collector Brian McNaught

Join us on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 6:30 pm for a ZOOM conversation with Educator and Collector Brian McNaught. 

Presented in conversation with SNMA Executive Director Hunter O’Hanian, Brian McNaught will share information and stories about historical artifacts from the Brian McNaught and Ray Struble Historical Collection. During their current 44 years together, pioneering writer and speaker, Brian McNaught, and his spouse, Ray Struble, created a significant collection of LGBTQ historical artifacts, now housed at the Stonewall National Museum.

“These precious items help us tell the extraordinary story of how we lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and non-binary people have claimed ourselves, named ourselves, and affirmed ourselves,” Brian says.   

The event, free and open to the public and will be conducted via ZOOM.
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About Brian McNaught:
Named “the godfather of gay diversity training” by The New YorkTimes, Brian McNaught is considered one of the world’s leading corporate diversity consultants dealing with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer issues in the workplace. He is also the author of seven books on LGBT issues, some of which have been used as college texts, and the focus of seven DVDs, three of which were aired on public access television stations throughout the United States. Learn more at brian-mcnaught.com.

Join us for a Conversation with Movement Advancement Project (MAP) and Campaign for Southern Equality (CSE)

Join us on Wednesday, October 28, 2020 at 6:30 pm for a ZOOM conversation with Logan S. Casey, Policy Researcher, Movement Advancement Project (MAP), Ivy Hill, Community Health Program Director, Campaign for Southern Equality (CSE) and Zakia McKensey who leads Nationz Foundation in Richmond, Virginia.

Presented in conversation with SNMA Executive Director Hunter O’Hanian, they will discuss the main arguments and findings from the report Telling A New Southern Story: LGBTQ Resilience, Resistance, and Leadership (July 2020). 

The event, free and open to the public and will be conducted via ZOOM.
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“Despite being home to the most hostile policy landscape in the country for LGBTQ issues, the South is also home to some of the most innovative, resilient, and effective LGBTQ organizing and activism in the country. This report explores the unique experiences of LGBTQ Southerners and the innovative ways they build community, provide direct support, and make cultural and political change in the region.”

Join us for a Conversation with Bestselling Nonfiction Writer and Feminist Activist Dr. Naomi Wolf

Join us on Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 6:30 pm for a ZOOM conversation with bestselling nonfiction writer and feminist activist Dr. Naomi Wolf. 

Presented in conversation with SNMA Executive Director Hunter O’Hanian, New York Times bestselling nonfiction writer and feminist activist Dr. Naomi Wolf will share her recent book, Outrages: Sex, Censorship and the Criminalization of Love. Outrages explores the history of state-sponsored censorship and violations of personal freedoms through the inspiring, forgotten history of one writer’s refusal to stay silenced. Click here to learn more about the book.

The event is free, open to the public and conducted via ZOOM.
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About Nonfiction Writer and Feminist Activist Dr. Naomi Wolf
Dr. Naomi Wolf’s most recent books include the New York Times best sellers VaginaGive Me Liberty, and The End of America, as well as the landmark best seller The Beauty Myth. She completed a doctorate in English Language and Literature from the University of Oxford in 2015 and has taught at The George Washington University and Stony Brook University. Wolf lives in New York City.

Photo Credit: Brian O’Shea

Past Events

Virtual FUN-Raiser – October 15, 2020

A Conversation with Paul Lee – October 13, 2020

A Conversation with Jordan Rutter – October 7, 2020

A Conversation with Steven F. Dansky – September 30, 2020

A Conversation with Jane Fleishman – September 23, 2020

A Conversation with Jenni Olson – September 8, 2020

Elected Sisters – Pioneering Bi, Lesbian and Trans Political Leaders – Tour and Curatorial Talk  – Sept 4, 2020

A Conversation with Artist and Educator Steve Locke – September 3, 2020

A Conversation with Activist and CenterLink CEO Denise Spivak – August 25, 2020

A Conversation with Hunter Reynolds and Jane Ursula Harris – August 19, 2020

A Conversation with Sasha Wortzel – August 5, 2020

A Conversation with Paul Lisicky – July 29, 2020

 A Conversation with Julie Enszer – July 22, 2020

A Conversation with Avram Finkelstein – July 14, 2020

A Conversation with Hugh Ryan – July 9, 2020

A Conversation with Chris Bogia – July 1, 2020

A Conversation with Simon Baatz – June 18, 2020

A Conversation with Kris Grey and Maya Ciarrocchi – June 9. 2020

A Conversation with Alexis Heller – June 4, 2020

A Conversation with Julio Capó, Jr. – May 26, 2020

A Conversation with Julie Marie Wade – May 20, 2020

A Conversation with Jonathan David Katz – May 13, 2020

A Conversation with Esther Newton – May 7, 2020

Stonewall National Education Project Virtual 2020 Symposium on LGBTQ Youth – April 22, 2020

Coffee & Conversations: Cultural Institutions in Times of Crisis, a series by the Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab. – April 14, 2020

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