PRESERVING LGBTQ HISTORY AND PROMOTING INTERGENERATIONAL SUPPORT AND UNDERSTANDING THROUGH STORYTELLING
 

THE "FIRST TIMES" BRIDGER AT SAGE

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH, 2017

 

"Reginald Brown reminds us that LGBT history often forgets the stories of people of color within the community and that they are just a part of our fabric as anyone else is. He encourages minorities to be loud and proud with their stories as they need to be heard." 

 

 

- Eric Ulloa (November 2017)

 

Join The Generations Project's STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS

interested in sharing a story with the generations project?  send us a message by clicking BELOW and LET US KNOW THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PARTICIPATING IN OUR FREE, INTERGENERATIONAL STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS.  

 
WE WILL BE SELECTING DIVERSE, INTERGENERATIONAL GROUPS TO MEET ONCE A WEEK FOR FOUR CONSECUTIVE WEEKS IN NEW YORK CITY DURING MAY 2018!  WE ENCOURAGE ANYONE IN NYC WHO IS INTERESTED TO SEND US A MESSAGE.  WE WILL REACH OUT TO YOU.
Start thinking about what you’d like to write and submit for our Time Capsule Party on Wednesday, January 31st, 2018. More details to come soon!
— The Generations Project

Timeline of Events


UPCOMING

 


 
 

2016

 

2015