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LGBTQ+ Pride Month Exhibit 2020

LGBTQ+ Pride Month Book & Video Exhibit 2020

Pride flag

Welcome to our LGBTQ+ Pride Month book exhibit! This exhibit was originally created for June 2020 when the ISU Library was closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the exhibit the focus was on presenting ebooks and streaming videos you can enjoy from home. We also include a tribute to AIDS activist and LGBT rights advocate, Larry Kramer.

Pride Month is celebrated nationwide during the month of June to honor the 1969 Stonewall uprising that launched the national Gay Rights movement. Because of Iowa State University's academic calendar, the Ames community and ISU also celebrate Pride Month in early Fall. 

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ISU Library's Pridefest buttons and facsimile book for Pridefest 2020

"The Library is Open" buttons with various Pride flag colors, with LGBTQ+ classic books facsimile sample made by ISU Library DEI Committee members for distribution and display at the Library's booth at the annual Ames Pridefest, Fall 2019.

Credits!

This exhibit created by Miranda Cantrell and Susan Vega Garcia, of the ISU Library's DEI Committee.