25 Años del Activismo

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This collection celebrates Hispanic Heritage and LGBT History months with the "25 Años del Activismo" (25 Years of Activism) exhibit
capturing moments in history over the past 25 years since the first national Latino LGBT meeting at the 1987 Gay & Lesbian March on Washington. Activists from Portland to Los Angeles to Albuquerque to Dallas to New York to Washington, DC and Orlando have donated
photographs to recreate that moment in history of a national gathering and movement building experience through a digital photo exhibit. The exhibit also features a selection of rarely seen artifacts from the LHP Archives Collection.

The Latino GLBT History Project would like to thank our recent supporters and donors who have made this exhibition possible. Felix Arrieta, Miguel Ayala, Ruby Corado, Wilson Cruz, Anthony Duarte, Francisco Duenas, Ingrid Duran & Catherine Pino, Empodérate Youth Center of La Clínica del Pueblo, Laura Esquivel, Anabel Evora, David Damian Figueroa, Jesse Garcia, Letitia Gomez, Ruben Gonzales, Dan Guerrero, Jose Gutierrez, Esther Hidalgo, Raul Hinojosa, Jr., Wilfred Labiosa, Arianna Inurritegui Lint, League of United Latin American Citizens, LULAC Rainbow Council 4871, Omar Lopez-Jara, David Martinez, Eddie Martinez, Lisbeth Melendez-Rivera, John Moya, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, Roger Ortiz, David M. Pérez, Alexa Rodriguez, Russell Roybal, Bamby Salcedo, Pedro Julio Serrano, Jorge Andres Soto, John Trevino and Richard Zaldivar.