Category Archives: LGBTQ History

Radical South Zine Archive

zine n.  magazine; especially: a noncommercial often homemade or online publication usually devoted to specialized and often unconventional subject matter If you’ve never heard of zines, this is a good definition to start with, but it doesn’t really capture the wild … Continue reading

Standing Up to be Counted: GLBTQ student group archives come to Hoole Library

Memo dated April 13, (1983) soliciting support of UA faculty to “stand up and be counted” as a co-advisor and supportor to the soon-to-be established GLBTQ student group, the Gay Student Union. 2008 marks the 25th anniversary of the first … Continue reading

University Libraries Special Collections Announces LGBTQ Digital Exhibit and Digital Collection

University Libraries Special Collections announces the launch of a new digital exhibit,¬†Empowering Voices, and a digital collection, the¬†Alabama Forum, a major LGBTQ newspaper. University Libraries is pleased to hold the largest collection of Forums in Alabama, with issues dating from … Continue reading