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Virtual: Improper Bostonians

Virtual: Improper Bostonians

Celebrate Pride Month with a presentation from The History Project, Boston's LGBTQ archive. This presentation will cover 400+ Years of LGBTQ people, community, organizing, and change in Massachusetts. Join us as we earn about LGBTQ history in Boston and Massachusetts!

Please register at this link and you will receive Zoom information in the confirmation and reminder emails. Make sure to check your SPAM folder for them.


The History Project is Boston's LGBTQ+ community archives. A non-profit established in 1980, The History Project documents, preserves, and shares the history and stories of Massachusetts' LGBTQ+ community.

Joan Ilacqua is the Executive Director of The History Project, Boston's LGBTQ+ community archives. She currently serves on the Massachusetts State Historic Records Advisory Board. She is a graduate of UMass Boston’s Public History master’s program. In her free time, Joan likes to read queer romance novels with her wife and cats and design subversive cross-stitch patterns.


This event is a collaboration between Burlington, Bigelow (Clinton), Memorial Hall (Andover), and Reading Public Libraries. 

Wednesday, June 7, 2023
6:30pm - 7:30pm
  Adults     High Schoolers (Gr 9-12)  
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