benefiting the invisible histories project
IHP focuses on four key elements related to advancing LGBTQ Southern History:
- Community Engagement
- Archiving, Preservation, Research & Scholarship
- Professional Development & Best Practices
IHP acts as an intermediary between institutions, organizations, and everyday folks. We strive to break barriers between organizations and their local communities to ensure that preservation and research exist in a co-productive and relationship centered way. In addition to direct collection and preservation, IHP is invested in providing scholars with direct access to materials as well as creating a network of people conducting LGBTQ Southern archiving, preservation, education and research to make scholarship more accessible. We focus on providing education around the Queer South to those within and outside the region through speaking, exhibiting, online materials, and publications. Finally, IHP seeks to help develop a new generation of scholars working in the Queer South as well as work alongside other professionals in the field to develop best practices for this work.
DIRECTOR’S COVID 19 POLICY:
No COVID 19 policy enforced, but vaccines highly encouraged, masks welcomed, and we will be sanitizing after every lifter
june 18, 2022 | 7AM
Bars & Stripes Fitness
1110 15th St, Suite J, Tuscaloosa, AL 35402
MEET YOUR HOSTS
♦ Please contact Program Director Breanna Diaz (she/they) at Breanna@PullForPride.com with any questions. Be sure to check the FAQ page first!