The book, written by Orla Egan , is available to buy online. Orla Egan and her son Jacob. Cork has a long history of LGBT activism and community formation, but this has been a hidden and unacknowledged history. Queer Republic of Cork aims to redress this invisibility and to begin to tell the story of the development of this vibrant and active community. Queer Republic of Cork also aims to expand our understanding of how these changes came about; the developments in built on decades of activism by LGBT people all over Ireland, decades of fighting prejudice and discrimination and demanding respect and equality for LGBT people. These two grants were significant, not just financially, but also symbolically, as they indicated an acceptance and acknowledgment of Irish LGBT History as an important part of Irish Heritage.
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Today, our stories are threatened to be erased by hate, ignorance, and intolerance. We can not let that happen. Welcome to the official New Hope Celebrates History Archive a site was, anyone, can see and share memories, stories, photos, memorabilia, and more! We invite you to peruse the collection and delight in seeing the riches of what we, as a diverse community, have been blessed: Feel proud of the artists and change-makers that came before us, those that paved the way for the freedom which we enjoy today.
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Aug 16, Couple at a Gay Liberation Front gathering. Hall-Carpenter Archives via London School of Economics Library Last month marked the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act , a landmark piece of legislation in the United Kingdom that ceased the prosecution of men for homosexual acts. Prior to the s, few gay people in Britain were publicly out and even fewer publicly campaigned.
Visit the National Archives website for more information on our related holdings. On June 26, , the United States celebrates the fourth anniversary of the Obergefell v. Hodges decision, a landmark civil rights case in which the Supreme Court ruled that the fundamental right to marry is guaranteed to same-sex couples and that all states must recognize marriages in other states regardless of sexual orientation. The road to marriage equality was paved by the cases that preceded it.