Stonewall 50

Fifty Years After Stonewall — Where Are We Now? Where Do We Go From Here?

Posted on June 17th, 2019 · Posted in Public Programs, Stonewall 50
For the seventh and final event in the Hunter College series, Policies of Pride, Roosevelt House and Hunter College's LGBTQ Policy Center presents five of the queer movement's outstanding thinkers, writers, and activists. Rich Benjamin, Carl Char... Read more

The LGBTQ Movement at a Crossroads: A Conversation Between the Generations

Posted on April 10th, 2019 · Posted in Public Programs, Stonewall 50
On the eve of the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, which marked the beginning of the modern gay liberation movement, LGBTQ Americans enjoy unprecedented freedom and acceptance.  LGBTQ people have the right to marry, the right to serve o... Read more
Audre Lorde

“I Am Deliberate and Afraid of Nothing:” Remembering Audre Lorde (Hunter ’59) – Activist, Feminist, Poet Laureate

Posted on February 22nd, 2019 · Posted in Public Programs, Stonewall 50
Please join us at Roosevelt House as we commemorate the life and legacy of the late Audre Lorde, marking what would have been her 85th birthday this month. Lorde was the first African American and first woman poet laureate of New York, appointed by G... Read more